Canfor Pulp receives $2M to fund renewable energy project
September 3, 2020 By P&PC Staff
Canfor Pulp is receiving $2 million in funding from the government of British Columbia for a project that will convert forestry byproduct and wood waste to renewable energy.
The company’s Prince George kraft pulp mill will spearhead the project.
Once successfully demonstrated in B.C., the company plans to license the technology for Canadian and international use to help reach climate sustainability goals globally.
The funding is being made available through the province’s Innovative Clean Energy (ICE) Fund, which helps companies to develop clean energy projects.
ICE announced a total of $8.5 million in funding of projects province wide on Sept. 2.
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