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New CO2 removal project announced for Saskatchewan, builds on MLTC Bioenergy Centre

A new carbon dioxide removal (CDR) project has been announced in Saskatchewan. The Meadow Lake Tribal Council (MLTC) and Carbon Alpha are teaming up to build the North Star Project near Meadow Lake, Sask.

WPAC holds Drum Dryer Symposium to develop best practices for safer operations

Over 100 people from across Canada participated in the online Drum Dryer Symposium on April 4 to hear from producers and subject matter experts on their learnings and experiences, the current state, and new approaches to drum dryer safety. The Wood Pellet Association of Canada (WPAC) hosted the event in collaboration with the BC Forest Safety Council (BCFSC) and Canadian Biomass.

'Jumpstart the market': MaRS Discovery District purchasing carbon removal credits

MaRS Discovery District, a Toronto-based urban innovation hub, is taking what it calls a "trailblazing step in the fight against climate change." It has announced the purchase of carbon removal credits from five Canadian ventures through its Mission from MaRS program.

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From Namibia to Canada: Liezl van Wyk’s journey to biomass leadership

As the vice-president of Northern Operations at Drax Group Canada, Liezl van Wyk has been instrumental in steering Canada’s largest pellet plant grouping toward a sustainable energy future. » Read More...

Curiosity fuels change: Jamie Stephen of Torchlight Bioresources

“Curiosity and intellectual stimulation.” That’s what drove Jamie Stephen to pursue and embrace a career in the biomass sector. Stephen, the managing director of Torchlight Bioresources, was recognized with Honourable Mention in the 2024 Canadian Biomass Awards' Thought Leader of the Year category. » Read More...

Benjamin Patton: A biomass career path described as 'Ikigai'

High above the ground in the lush forests of British Columbia, a young Benjamin Patton first found his calling among the branches as a climbing arborist. » Read More...

Gordon Murray named 2024 Canadian Biomass Champion of the Year

Gordon Murray's path from a forestry operations manager to an acclaimed leader in the bioenergy sector as executive-director of the Wood Pellet Association of Canada (WPAC) reflects a career marked by significant transitions and a passion for sustainability. » Read More...

From log truck to leadership: The 4 a.m. meeting that changed everything for Joe Webster

Joe Webster’s career began in the woods of British Columbia. In 1991, he entered forestry as a truck driver — hauling logs and building roads for Pioneer Logging. Webster, now operations manager at Tŝideldel Biomass, has won Honourable Mention at the 2024 Canadian Biomass Awards in the Champion of the Year category. » Read More...
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How to profitably create carbon-negative energy from biomass

Paul Stevers with Think Renewables Group explains how combining complementary technologies can result in a profitable transition to a low-carbon economy. » Read More...


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