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Ontario offers working groups on wood heating
July 25, 2014, North Bay, Ont. - The Ontario Ministry of Environment is working in partnership with the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry and Confederation College’s OPG BioEnergy Learning and Research Centre, on a Wood Heating Systems <3MW – Environmental Compliance Approval (ECA) Interim Guidance Sub-Project.  | READ MORE
 
More energy from a litre of biofuel
July 25, 2014, Enschede, Netherlands - Oil produced from biomass - such as wood chips or plant residues - seldom has the same quality and energy content as ‘classical’ crude oil. A new, simple catalyst, developed at the University of Twente, improves the quality of this oil before it is even transported to the refinery.  | READ MORE
 
Industry welcomes biomass emissions calculator
July 24, 2014, London, England - The UK’s biomass energy sector has welcomed the publication of a bioenergy ‘carbon calculator’ by the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) as a demonstration that biomass can help in the fight against climate change.  | READ MORE
 
Burning wood can provide lower carbon emissions: DECC
July 24, 2014, London, U.K. – A report released by the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) in the U.K. has found that burning wood for electricity can provide lower carbon emissions than other types of fuel, but only under tightly controlled conditions.  | READ MORE
 
Grand Falls hospital switches to biomass heating
July 24, 2014, Grand Falls, N.B. – The Grand Falls General Hospital has become one of the first public buildings in New Brunswick to utilize a pellet-fired heating system.  | READ MORE
 
Agenda released for the Canadian Bioeconomy Conferece
July 24, 2014, Ottawa, Ont. – The Canadian Renewable Fuels Association has released the preliminary agenda for the upcoming Canadian Bioeconomy Conference, formerly known as the CRFA Summit.  | READ MORE
 
New U.S. biomass energy infrastructure down in 2014
July 24, 2014, Washington, D.C. – The United States saw 28 new biomass energy infrastructure startups in the first half of 2014, down from 53 in the first half of 2013.  | READ MORE
 
U.S. proposes new rail safety standards
July 24, 2014, Washington, D.C. – The U.S. government is proposing new rail safety standards that would see old tanker cars phased out over a two-year period as well as a reduction in the speed limit for tankers.  | READ MORE
 
Bandit secures financial partner
July 24, 2014, Mount Pleasant, Mich. – Bandit Industries and Huron Capital Partners ("Huron Capital") announced that they have entered into a letter of intent to recapitalize Bandit as a private company, and to provide resources and capital to continue the company's growth.
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Mission pellet plant plan moving forward
July 22, 2014, Mission, B.C. – Plans for a new wood pellet plant in Mission, B.C. are moving forward as local politicians throw their support behind the project.  | READ MORE
 
Proposed amendment could help biomass in Ohio
July 21, 2014, Columbus, Ohio – A proposed constitutional amendment in Ohio put forward by a political action committee would provide significant benefits for the biomass industry.  | READ MORE
 
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