Dec. 18, 2009, Thunder Bay, ON – Funding of up to $20 million will help to develop a forest biorefinery in northern Ontario.
NEWS HIGHLIGHT Canada & Ontario govts fund northern biorefinery Funding of up to $ 20 million will help to develop a forest biorefinery in northern Ontario.
Dec. 18, 2009, Thunder Bay, ON – A new partnership has been created between the Centre for Research and Innovation in the Bio-Economy and FPInnovations to facilitate transformation of the Ontario forest sector through the adoption of innovative technologies related to the forest bioeconomy.
NEWS HIGHLIGHT Red Bluff Band to join pellet industry The province of British Columbia has signed an Economic Development Agreement with the Red Bluff Indian Band that will allow Red Bluff to salvage mountain pine beetle-killed timber in the Quesnel area.
Dec. 14, 2009, Kamloops, BC – Gasification technology modified by researchers at University of North Dakota’s Energy and Environmental Research Center should allow Aboriginal Cogeneration to gasify decommissioned railroad ties while meeting emissions standards. | READ MORE
Dec. 14, 2009, Copenhagen, Denmark – A report by PowerUP Canada shows that Canada has fallen well behind the United States in fighting climate change and is not keeping up with current efforts by the U.S. federal government.
NEWS HIGHLIGHT Pellet expansion increases biomass costs The wood pellet industry in North America has grown six-fold since 2004, resulting in higher costs for sawdust and wood chips in the regions with the greatest growth.
Dec. 11, 2009 – The United States and China are the top two most attractive global locations to invest in renewable energy projects, according to Ernst & Young’s latest global renewable energy country attractiveness indices. Canada ranked ninth. The Environmental Leader reports. | READ MORE
Dec. 10, 2009, Winnipeg – The Frontier Centre for Public Policy has released a poll showing that most Canadians prefer to hold off on signing a global warming treaty in Copenhagen.
NEWS HIGHLIGHT Canadians polled on global warming treaty The Frontier Centre for Public Policy has released a poll showing that most Canadians prefer to hold off on signing a global warming treaty in Copenhagen.
Dec. 10, 2009, Salaberry-de-Valleyfield, QC – The City of Salaberry-de-Valleyfield and U.S.-based Global Clean Energy announce field testing of an innovative gasification project to convert municipal solid waste and industrial waste to synthetic gas and biodiesel.
NEWS HIGHLIGHT BC biomass purchase agreement signed The Burns Lake Lakes District News reports that Tahtsa Timber has signed a 12-year, 2.5-million cubic-metres biomass purchase agreement with the Burns Lake Community Forest for a proposed pellet plant.
Suncor Energy invests in Enerkem waste-to-biofuel projectsApril 17, 2019 - Enerkem Inc., a global leader in…
Ottawa funds research to help pulp mills adopt RNG techApril 18, 2019 - The federal government has earmarked $2.38 million…
Researchers develop economical biofuel extraction processApril 22, 2019 - Taking a step closer to a…
USDA, International Biochar Initiative certify Aries Clean Energy biocharApril 22, 2019 - In conjunction with the celebration of…
Fire damages Georgia wood pellet storage siteApril 22, 2019 - A fire at a Port of…
May 6-9, 2019
Biomass Pellets Trade & Power
May 13-16, 2019
Biomass PowerON Summit
May 22-23, 2019
Atlantic BIOCON 2019
May 27-29, 2019
European Biomass Conference and Exhibition
May 27-30, 2019