Canadian Biomass Magazine

Pelletier new COO at Canada Renewable

March 9, 2015
By Scott Jamieson

Mar. 9, 2015 - Canada Renewable Bioenergy Corp. has appointed Denis Pelletier as COO, replacing Robert Mukasa, who has decided to leave the company to pursue other interests.

Pelletier has been engaged by the company since March 2014 as a consultant through Fortec Consulting Inc., where he was involved in various aspects of forest operation management and permitting for companies as well as developing a pellet / biomass manufacturing facility for the ompany in the northwest of BC.

Pelletier has a diverse background in forest management in BC, beginning his career with International Forest Products on coastal BC operations undertaking all phases of operational development. He was a resource analyst with the Ministry of Forests in Prince George, BC for four years before joining Timberline Forest Inventory Consultants as a resource analyst, planner and department manager. Pelletier subsequently became the branch and regional manager, overseeing all services and operations, and then an executive at Timberline where he managed the Prince George Branch and Northern BC Region for seven years, expanding Timberline’s client base, lines of business and service delivery model. During this time, he also established Timberline as a co-founder of Borealis Offsets, an afforestation carbon credit company. From 2008 to 2011, Pelletier was the COO and president of National Choice Bio-Fuels where he worked in partnership with the Lhtako Dene Nation in Quesnel BC towards a joint venture for a 15-year forest license to support the development of a 10 metric tonnes per hour pellet facility.

About Canada Renewable Bioenergy Corp.

Canada Renewable Bioenergy Corp. is focused on producing renewable bio-based products and providing clean energy from biomass wastes through the use of its proprietary, patented pyrolysis technology. Products produced with its pyrolysis technology include electricity, biochar, wood vinegar and creosote. Already with operations in China, the company plans to build a facility in British Columbia to capitalize on the growing international green energy market. The company is listed on the Canadian Stock Exchange under the symbol “XZX”.


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