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Steeper Energy, Invest Alberta to bring biocrude plant to Alberta

Steeper Energy announced the signing of a memorandum of understanding with Invest Alberta Corporation to commercialize Steeper’s proprietary Hydrofaction technology within Alberta.

FESBC accepting applications to dole out $50M in new funding

The Government of BC is providing $50 million in new funding to the Forest Enhancement Society of BC to assist with the delivery of uneconomic forest fibre and to assist communities to reduce their wildfire risk.

Tidewater Renewables' B.C. renewable diesel facility 93% complete

Tidewater Renewables announces initial unit commissioning at its renewable diesel complex in Prince George, B.C., and its financing solution to support the completion and start-up of the HDRD facility.

Global Hardwood Fiber Price Index increased 27% over 2 years: WRI

Wood chip and pulplog prices rose substantially in most countries over the past year in the local currencies.

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Influence Strategies Driving Equity and Inclusion Across the Environmental Sector

The 2023 ECO Canada Environmental Workforce Salary and Demographics Survey is conducted by Leger Research for ECO Canada. It aims to gather data from Canadian environmental workers and employers to develop a demographic profile of the environmental workforce as well as a useful compensation guide.

The survey is confidential and takes 20 mins to complete. Environmental workers who complete the survey can enter to win one of ten $100 gift cards, and employers receive a free copy of the 2022-23 environmental compensation guide! » Learn more

Tapping into the trillion-dollar bioenergy sector

BDO Zone ratings are enabling biomass-rich communities to access the trillion-dollar bioenergy sector, writes Ecostrat's Jordan Solomon. » Read More...

Biomass is Going Mainstream: New report outlines key learnings for Canada

Biomass is now mainstream in Europe and the focus has moved beyond the basics of pellets to how to grow its use and improve technology across the supply chain. Now it’s time to look at the role of Canadian pellets closer to home, writes Gordon Murray with the Wood Pellet Association of Canada. » Read More...
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Join biogas & RNG leaders at Value of Biogas East

Join industry leaders from across Canada April 25-26 for a full conference agenda including a variety of biogas & RNG presentations and engaging speakers. Both days of the conference will provide sponsors and exhibitors with ample opportunities for networking and building new connections.

The 2023 Value of Biogas East is anticipated to attract about 350 in-person attendees comprised of biogas & RNG developers involved in agricultural and municipal sectors including landfill, waste management and wastewater, product and service technology companies, government policy makers, utilities, investors, academics, and more! » Learn more

Drax CEO Will Gardiner ends 4-year role as SBP board member

Drax Group CEO Will Gardiner has stepped down from his role as a board member of the Sustainable Biomass Program (SBP). » Read More...

Airex Energy appoints Patrick Lapointe as chief commercial officer

In this newly created position, Patrick will be responsible for pursuing the company's business strategy and ensuring that it meets its growth and development objectives. » Read More...

ProcessBarron launches wholly-owned Canadian subsidiary in Toronto

ProcessBarron Canada will continue serving customers through the electrostatic precipitator and air pollution control services through its SouthernField-Environmental Elements division. » Read More...


Bioheat Week

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Canada North Resources Expo

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