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Power island from Resolute Forest

May 14, 2013, Montreal, Que. ­– Resolute Forest opened a power island that is producing green energy at its pulp and paper operation in Thunder Bay, Ontario. The $65 million project took just over 21 months to complete and has an upgraded wood waste boiler and a 65-megawatt condensing turbine.


May 14, 2013
By Resolute Forest Products

"The power island is
a strategic addition to Resolute's Thunder Bay facility," stated
Richard Garneau, president and CEO. "It will reduce the mill's energy
costs as well as maximize our local woodlands, sawmill, pulp and paper, and
energy operations by fully utilizing forest-based biomass to produce green
electricity."

The green power produced
will be sold to the Ontario grid under a power purchase agreement between
Resolute and the Ontario Power Authority.

The project received support from the Ontario Government's Forest
Sector Prosperity Fund, as well as from the Federal Government's Pulp and Paper
Green Transformation Program.

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