February 12, 2021 By Canadian Biomass Magazine
A member of the legislative assembly in the Northwest Territories suggests the territory’s power corporation gets into the district heating business.
Such a move would not only generate new revenue, but it would also reduce the territory’s greenhouse gas emissions, says Rylund Johnson.
In Yellowknife, a district heating system is already in operation with a wood pellet furnace heating the Fieldhouse, fire hall, public works garage and multiplex.
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