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Canadian Biomass turned the spotlight on all things biofuels this week. For five days we highlighted columns, research and feature stories on biofuels projects and technologies. Check out our snapshot of what was shared during the week.

Between government policies, shifting consumer demands and technological innovation, Canada's renewable energy landscape is set for massive expansion in the years to come. With the world transitioning to a greener, cleaner and more sustainable future, much of the focus is rightfully placed on wind and solar projects, but biogas is gaining traction in the Canadian market and globally as a potent and sustainable power source.

How Humidity Impacts Biogas Production

High humidity affects the generation of bioenergy in myriad ways:
  • Reduced yield.
  • Corrosion and equipment damage.
  • Difficulty regulating temperature.
  • Safety and quality regulations adherence.