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B.C. pellet terminal project gets go-ahead
The Prince Rupert Port Authority recently announced it has approved Pinnacle Renewable Energy’s Westview Terminal Redevelopment Project, which will ship up to two million tonnes of wood pellets a year.
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Trebio Abellon Energy acquires pellet manufacturer Trebio
Abellon Energy Inc. Canada announced the acquisition of Canadian bio-pellet manufacturer Trebio Inc., which has one of the largest pellet plants in Canada with a capacity of 130,000 MT/year.
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Madder CRIBE invests $500,000 in biomass
The Centre for Research and Innovation in the Bio-Economy (CRIBE) recently announced it is providing $467,212 to a partnership with Confederation College to develop the Bio-Energy Learning and Research Centre (BLRC), which will contain a fuel testing lab, demonstration space, and a separate 150 KW boiler.
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Alberta pulp mill to build biogas generator
The biggest private forestry company in Alberta will spend $42 million to build a biogas power generation facility onto the effluent processing stream of its pulp mill in Whitecourt.
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Keep biomass carbon emissions rules simple
The National Alliance of Forest Owners (NAFO) is urging the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Scientific Advisory Board (SAB) to take a more simple and practical approach to the treatment of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions regulations from wood biomass.
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