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Aug. 24, 2009 – Canada's largest wood-pelleting facility broke ground Thursday led by owners Stan and Dan Stasko, brothers with Cornwall roots.
Aug. 24, 2009, Halifax – Nova Scotia Power’s ability to meet renewable energy targets was thrown in question Wednesday after the province’s regulator rejected its request to approve a proposal that would see the utility burn waste wood to create electricity.
Aug. 24, 2009 – The widespread excitement surrounding the biofuels market opportunity has been tempered somewhat by its many challenges.
Vancouver, BC – Biomass Secure Power is obtaining the necessary approvals to build a 10-megawatt co-generation plant in Abbotsford, BC. 
Montreal, QC – Enerkem Inc.’s first commercial-scale biofuels and biochemicals plant is entering the start-up phase with the production of clean, conditioned synthesis gas.
Paramus, NJ – In November 2008, Raven Biofuels International Corporation entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Kamloops Indian Band (KIB) of Kamloops, BC
Jeffrey Rader Corporation has been awarded a contract to supply an alternative fuel material handling and boiler feed system in Jeonju, South Korea.
This  year, bioenergy projects in Canada are on fast-forward. Fighting a strong loonie, a declining US housing market, rising oil prices, and high fibre and energy costs, biomass rich-communities, entrepreneurs, sawmills, harvesters, power companies,
        March, 2009 - The Beltran Cogeneration Biomass System, developed by Beltran Technologies, not only eliminates waste, it also generates vital electric power and heat.
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