“Juneau County is the hot bed for alternative energy,” said Juneau County Economic Development Corporation Executive Director Terry Whipple as he introduced the CEO of SYNSEL Energy to the County Board Tuesday morning.  The Supervisors sat through an approximately 20-minute Power Point presentation on the manufacturing of wood waste into synthetic diesel fuel.  The turnkey developer proposes to build a plant on 200-acres in the Town of Clearfield near 30th Street.  The presentation was purely informational with the developer trying to obtain different funding sources for the project.  A typical plant will convert 50-tons of wood waste to 4,600 gallons per day of synthetic fuel using the Fischer Tropsch process.