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Ontario to convert northern coal plant to biomass
The Ontario government is moving forward with the conversion of the Atikokan Generating Station from coal to biomass.
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B.C. band gets biomass project funding
The St. Mary’s Indian Band’s biomass project will benefit from the fourth round of funding from the First Nations Clean Energy Business Fund with equity funding of $200,000.
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Demand for woody biomass drops
Prices for woody biomass in the U.S., whether sawmill by-products, forest residues or urban wood waste, have been sliding for most of the past three years, but were still higher late in 2011 in most regions than they were five years ago, according to the North American Wood Fiber Review.
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Nexterra opens biomass energy plant in Tennessee
Nexterra Systems Corp., the US Department of Energy and Johnson Controls Inc., recently celebrated the grand opening and dedication of the biomass gasification energy plant at the US Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) in Oak Ridge, Tennessee.
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Groups urge Premiers to forge a clean energy accord
An alliance of more than 700 companies, industry associations, labour unions, governments, and civil society groups are challenging Canada's provincial premiers to work together to develop a Canadian energy strategy that would make the nation a global clean-energy leader.
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