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New Brunswick releases biomass resource maps
A set of resource maps and an accompanying report were released by the government of New Brunswick showcasing potential locations to develop biomass resources for energy co-generation in the province.
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New event in Canada for the Agri-Bioeconomy
The Agri Innovation Forum is the new, much anticipated annual partnering conference focused on building connective tissue and facilitating meaningful introductions between agri-entrepreneurs, corporate strategics, and investors from across North America.
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Enerkem hiring for its Alberta facility
Enerkem Inc. has officially launched the recruitment process for more than 30 permanent positions at its waste-to-biofuels facility in Edmonton, Alberta.
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Biomass Benchmark Biomass Benchmark
When implementing a district energy system, speed is not always the first thing you think of. Add in biomass, and some people become even more skeptical about undertaking such a project. But in the case of Fink District Energy in the Okanagan in British Columbia, the reality was quite different.
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TP Inspection partners with pellet manufacturers
Timber Products Inspection (TP) has entered into agreements with three pellet fuel manufacturers to begin implementation of the PFI/ALSC Pellet Fuel Standards Program.
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