Canadian Biomass Magazine

Methanol to gas in BC

February 6, 2015
By Amie Silverwood

Feb. 6, 2015 - Victoria-based Blue Fuel Energy plans a biogas plant near Chetwynd, B.C. It would use renewables to power electrolyzers for hydrogen production that would then be combined with carbon dioxide to create methanol, which would eventually be used to produce gasoline, the Journal of Commerce reports.

Part of the plan would also include the use of waste heat for greenhouses and fish ponds. The facilities would be developed in partnership with First Nations.

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