I am not quite sure if this is the USGBC's intent, and maybe I'm a nitpicker, but:

-Biofuel "(in some cases)" is eligible, the "some cases" are not further described

-ineligible biofuels include treated wood and forest biomass WASTE

The above would mean (for me), that wood grown and chopped only to burn it is a eligible biofuel in a large urban DES, as long as it is not coated, treated for preservation, or it is waste wood.

Is this correct? For me it seems this does not really fit the intent. Or is this wood fired DES not compliant anyway as the wood is not grown within the project boundary?