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Canadian forest product industry shows growth
Preliminary results from PwC's Net Earnings Summary for Q1 2012 indicate that most Canadian forest and paper companies have posted improved results for the first quarter compared to the fourth quarter of 2011.
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Nexera New Nexterra projects include biomass CHP
Nexterra Systems Corp. is poised to significantly expand its fleet of biomass energy systems as it officially opens two large new projects at the US Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Tennessee and at UBC in Vancouver.
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Pellets on IBCE 2102 Agenda

On day 2 of the International Bioenergy Conference & Exhibition 2012, the Wood Pellet Association of Canada is sponsoring a dedicated wood pellet session featuring:

  • Status update of the Canadian wood pellet industry
  • Overview of international pellet markets and trade
  • Asian market review by speakers from Japan and Korea
  • European industrial roundup by speakers from European utilities
  • Analysis of Canadian and US domestic markets
Other topics to be addressed by experts include co-firing with coal and various large utility players' plans and how Canada's pellet producers fit in. Click 'Learn More' for more information.

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Quebec joins California in GHG cap-and-trade
Regulators in California are arranging for the province of Quebec to link its cap-and-trade system to California's as early as November, according to a report in the San Francisco Chronicle.
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WPAC launches new website
The Wood Pellet Association of Canada (WPAC) has launched its all-new website, providing members and the public with up-to-date information on wood pellet manufacturing, pellet benefits and more in a modern design.
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Tool allows life-cycle carbon comparisons
Finally there is an objective tool anyone can use to compare the full life cycle of emissions for various renewable and non-renewable energy sources when it comes to electricity generation. And no surprise, bioenergy does very well.
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