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Korea holds potential for Canadian pellet producers
While the potential of the South Korea market remains promising for Canadian pellet producers, in the near-term, development of the market will continue to be slow. This is according to WPAC executive director Gordon Murray, who recently travelled to the Asian country with a group of WPAC members to attend the 3rd Biopellets Asia conference.
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SAFE certification ready for pellet sector
The Wood Pellet Association of Canada (WPAC) and the BC Forest Safety Council have finalized a SAFE certification system specific to the pellet industry, a move that was originally announced at the Pellet Fuel Institute (PFI) 2011 annual conference.
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Japan and Korea to import more pellets
Japan and South Korea intend to reduce the consumption of fossil fuels and increasingly rely on renewable energy in the future. As a consequence, both will increase their import of wood pellets and energy chips reports the Wood Resource Quarterly.
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Talking biomass at DEMO 2102
The first day of presentations of the DEMO International 2012 conference provided an unexpected discussion of the validity of biomass as a long-term energy solution for not just Canada, but countries around the world.
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Nova Scotia Power tenders for biomass supply
Electricity supplier Nova Scotia Power (NSPI) is inviting bids for biomass supply to its 60MW Point Tupper biomass-fired power project, the utility said.
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