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Canadian bioenergy on firm sustainability footing
Exclusive event coverage from Canadian Biomass. Never mind what you hear from Greenpeace or the NIMBY crowd – forest bioenergy is a good alternative to fossil fuels in Canada. That was the main message from sustainability experts at the Canadian Wood Pellet Heating Conference.
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Improving Northern Ontario’s renewable energy sector
Companies are being invited to come together to help develop solutions for the challenges facing Northern Ontario’s renewable energy sector.
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Opportunities for growing Canada’s bioeconomy
Exclusive event coverage from Canadian Biomass. Opportunities for the development of biofuels and bioproducts continue to rise as countries work to reduce their carbon footprint. But according to presenters at the Canadian Biogas Conference in London, Ontario, the development of corporate partnerships is imperative for developing business models that can also be profitable.
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Edmonton Edmonton’s new waste-to-biofuel plant
Exclusive content from the latest issue of Canadian Biomass magazine. Enerkem’s Edmonton facility is turning waste into cellulosic ethantol.
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Biomass ORC system Biomass ORC system commissioned at Nechako
Pratt & Whitney's biomass-driven Turboden Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC) installed at the Nechako Lumber Mill in B.C. last month has now been successfully commissioned.
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