Visitors flock to Yukon village to see bioenergy system in action

Blair Hogan explains Teslin's biomass heating system to visitors from B.C. and the N.W.T. (Nelly Albérola/Radio-Canada)

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The Yukon village of Teslin has become a world-leading model in biomass heating, with more than 900 people from around the globe having visited to learn about the facilities.

Once a month, and even up to once a week in the summer, the Teslin Tlingit Council leads tours of its system, where biomass boilers heat ten of the community's major buildings. It went into operation almost a year ago, and has been attracting visitors like Fred Behrens ever since.

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Source: CBC News

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