New project enters comment period: Cambria 33

  • March 7, 2011
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The next project up for public comment is the Cambria 33 abandoned coal mine methane capture project. This project is the first VCS project of its kind, and makes creative use of methane that would otherwise have leaked directly into the atmosphere from an abandoned mine. The project is located near Ebensburg, Pennsylvania.

The official comment period for this project will last 21 days, but of course we’re always open to feedback on our projects at any time.

Please have a look and send any questions or comments to .

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  1. Lawrence Landherr - February 21, 2011

    Excellent idea! Solves an existing air pollution (and potential safety) problem while producing needed energy. Keep up the good work

  2. Joel Halfwassen - February 21, 2011

    I have a question. In the project description it states, “TerraPass funds help ensure reasonable economic return for the project.” How? Would this project be financially viable without TerraPass money?
    Joel

  3. TerraPass - March 2, 2011

    A quick reminder: by all means feel free to leave comments here on the blog, but please email them to us at projects@terrapass.com if you want to submit them as part of community review process. Otherwise, we have a hard time knowing what is meant as formal feedback.