The Forest Service's Pacific Northwest Research Station released an eBook containing a wood energy financial application that allows users to quickly assess whether wood energy is a feasible option for their community or small business. Accompanying the application is a Community Biomass Handbook that provides background information and case studies, answers to project development questions, and a checklist of possible products and investment considerations. For iPad and Mac users, this interactive handbook is available for free download at the iTunes bookstore. A PDF version of the handbook and a Web-based version of the financial application are also available. The Forest Service is promoting the development of wood energy projects that create new jobs and help save energy while improving forest health. With the increasing interest in alternatives to fossil fuels and the availability of grants and loans for wood energy projects, small businesses, non-profits, tribes, and state and local agencies are trying to figure out whether they could bring wood energy to their town.