Adam has more than 20 years of experience in the biomass energy industry, and has directed BERC’s technology and biomass fuel supply activities for over ten years. Adam’s work focuses on wood energy program design and delivery for government agencies and technical consulting services for assessing wood fuel and heating project feasibility.
Adam consults frequently for industries, businesses, and communities exploring the feasibility of biomass district heating throughout North America.
Adam serves as the Chairman of the Northeast Biomass Thermal Working Group (NEBTWG) and also serves on the Editorial Board of Biomass Magazine.
Prior to working for the Biomass Energy Resource Center, Sherman was the General Manager of a commercial composting operation in Burlington, Vermont for ten years.
Adam lives with his wife and two children in Richmond, Vermont where they heat their home with wood pellets and their children attend the local public school that is heated with woodchips.