Canadian Biomass Magazine

Ag biomass growing in Ontario

March 11, 2016
By Andrew Macklin

March 11, 2016 – The steady growth of switchgrass and miscanthus demand in Ontario could soon lead to dedicated acreage grown for biomass.

According to a report from The Western Producer, agricultural biomass products in Ontario are nearing 10,000 acres of plantations. And while much of the material is not used for biomass yet, the market is starting to develop.

That’s good news for the Ontario Biomass Producers Co-operative, who discussed these issues and other at their latest meeting last month.

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