New projects from CCEMC The Climate Change and Emissions Corporation is funding three new initiatives that are aimed to benefit the business. The three projects are worth more than $1 million and include upgrades to several sectors in the industry.
Global biomass capacity may reach 82 GW by 2020 Navigant Research is optimistic that global biopower capacity may grow from 58.6 gigawatts in 2013 to 82 gigawatts in 2020 – even higher depending on the aggressiveness of the approach used.
Sponsor Spotlight WPAC 2013 AGM exhibit and sponsorships available
The 2013 Wood Pellet Association of Canada AGM and Conference will be held in Vancouver this coming fall. With an expected crowd of over 250, the event will for the first time include opportunities for supplier companies to exhibit or sponsor. Opportunities start for as little as $900 including registration for the two-day event. Space is limited.
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WPAC completes pellet logistics study Results from a study on the logistics behind pellet exports from eastern Canada suggest that transport costs could be considerably reduced and that the export potential of wood pellets in Eastern Canada is under-exploited and could be much higher.
Pellet safety addressed in new report A Netherlands health and safety report discusses issues likes pellet storage and transport safety issues, focusing on the supply chain of solid biofuels. With the growth of the bioenergy sector, opportunities for bioenergy need to be implemented in an efficient, economic and safe manner.
Biomass Metering Surge bin from Warren & Baerg Warren & Baerg has launched its new MSB6-20-O Metering Surge bin that is designed for use in the agricultural, biomass and waste Industries. It can be loaded with a front-end loader and provides cost effective metering of shredded or ground woods, stover, grasses, paper and other similar materials from low rates to more than 100 tph.