September 17, 2021 By Canadian Biomass
Ground has been broken for a new bio-refinery at the Horse Lake First Nation in northwestern Alberta. The First Nation is partnering with BioEnergy Solutions on the project known as Horse Lake Energy Junction.
The facility is expected to be fully operational by January 2022. It is to utilize biomass inputs for power, and will produce biostimulants while harvesting algae and sequestering emissions.
The facility will be self-sustaining and will combine biomass waste and agricultural waste to create heat and power.
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