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Over 200 abstracts submitted to World Bioenergy
With a few months left until the World Bioenergy 2012 conference, preparations are already underway to make it a global event. According to the website, they have received more than 200 abstracts covering all aspects of bioenergy development.
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Renewable energy deals rise 40%
Renewable energy mergers and acquisitions rose 40% last year when compared to 2010, according to a report from consulting firm PwC. The report states that over $53 billion dollars of wind, solar, biofuels, energy efficiency, geothermal, biomass and hydro deals were completed.
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When working with biomass and/or wood fibre, there is a constant risk of fire spreading through the product and potentially causing a great deal of damage and even loss of life. Fire protection for biomass and wood fibre conversion plants is critical.
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Minister opens first commercial-scale NCC plant
The Honourable Joe Oliver, Minister of Natural Resources, delivered a keynote address celebrating the official opening of the new CelluForce facility, the world’s first commercial-scale producer of nanocrystalline cellulose (NCC).
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Ontario Feed-in Tariff Forum announced 2012 speakers
The Ontario Feed-in Tariff Forum (April 3-4, Toronto) is the annual, must-attend conference for FIT contract holders, developers, manufacturers, suppliers, service providers and government. This year's event will come on the heels of the FIT program's two-year review process and offer the industry a first opportunity to network and discuss its outcomes and next steps.
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