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Great Lakes Biodiesel Great Lakes Biodiesel ready to produce
The end is in sight for the principals at Great Lakes Biodiesel, as the Canadian start-up expects to start producing AST 6751 quality biodiesel as scheduled early this fall.
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Lignol announces loss in recent quarter
Cellulosic ethanol start-up Lignol declared a loss of $1 million for its Q1 2013 fiscal year. According to a press release, the main reason for that loss was the sharp reduction in government R&D grant monies to the tune of $700,000 over the previous year, although staff reductions helped minimize losses.
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Fortress to sell power from cellulose cogeneration plant
Fortress Paper Ltd. recently announced that it has signed an electricity supply agreement with Hydro Quebec for the sale of green electricity to be produced at the Fortress Global Cellulose Mill's cogeneration facility upon its restart.
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Innovente to open second Quebec power plant
Innoventé Inc. has announced the construction of a plant in Trois-Rivières following its signing of a 25-year contract with Hydro-Québec to produce 8.8 MW of electricity.
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Reduced Height trees could benefit biomass production Reduced height trees could benefit biomass production
The same “green revolution” concepts that have revolutionized crop agriculture and helped to feed billions of people around the world may now offer similar potential in forestry, scientists say, with benefits for wood and biomass production.
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