Canadian Biomass Magazine

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Combustion

CombustionFeaturesBiofuelsHarvestingTransportation

May 10, 2022
Powerhouse generation: LP brings clean energy to Golden, BC

CombustionFeaturesBiofuels

March 14, 2022
Final Thoughts: The missing low-carbon infrastructure

CombustionFeaturesBiofuels

February 22, 2022
Bringing biopower back: northern BC biomass power plant comes back online

CombustionNewsBiofuelBiofuelsEducation

February 11, 2022
Biomass Canada Cluster, AgroBioHeat to host webinar on developing bioenergy projects in rural communities

CombustionFeaturesBiofuelsCleantechProfiles

February 3, 2022
A first for Saskatchewan: Inside MLTC’s new Bioenergy Centre

CombustionNewsBiofuelsCleantech

January 4, 2022
CHAR Technologies FEED study aimed at using rice husks to produce hydrogen

CombustionFeaturesSystems

September 28, 2021
Dust explosion protection of industrial bucket elevators

CombustionFeaturesBiofuels

July 13, 2021
Tremendous potential: Hornepayne Power sees opportunities to expand use of biofuel

CombustionNewsBiofuels

July 13, 2021
City of Nelson, BC cancels proposed $6M district energy system

CombustionFeaturesEducation

June 25, 2021
Four takeaways from Dust Safety Week 2021

CombustionFeaturesProfiles

June 24, 2021
Season of tragedy – the grain elevator explosions of 1919

CombustionFeaturesPellets

June 24, 2021
Protecting the biomass process from fires and explosions

CombustionFeaturesEducation

June 24, 2021
Combustible dust incidents from around the world in 2020

CombustionFeaturesEducation

June 23, 2021
Fibre pile management best practices

CombustionFeaturesEducation

June 23, 2021
The importance of blast zones

CombustionFeaturesSafety & Fire

June 23, 2021
NFPA 664: preventing fires and explosions among conveyance equipment

CombustionFeaturesEducation

June 22, 2021
Top 5 FAQs about a Dust Hazard Analysis

CombustionFeaturesEducation

June 22, 2021
Safety foundations: new webinar to discuss best practices for managing combustible dust

CombustionFeaturesEducation

June 22, 2021
Combustible dust explosion protection – why good enough is not good enough

CombustionFeaturesEducation

June 21, 2021
Catching lightning in a bottle

CombustionNewsBiofuels

September 30, 2020
Nova Scotia’s new market for wood chips: biomass

CombustionNewsBiofuels

September 24, 2020
Federal government invests $5.4M in Yukon clean energy projects

CombustionFeaturesBiofuels

August 17, 2020
‘A complete circle’: Prince George proves district energy can work in Canada

CombustionNewsBiofuels

July 28, 2020
Construction on Lake Babine Nation’s biomass plant begins

CombustionFeaturesBiofuels

May 19, 2020
Final Thoughts: Canada needs biomass-based, community energy infrastructure

CombustionNewsBiofuels

May 7, 2020
Prince George Downtown Renewable Energy System expands

CombustionNewsBiofuelsPellets

February 28, 2020
Drax to stop using coal in 2021, well ahead of UK 2030 deadline

CombustionFeaturesBiofuelsHarvestingSystems

February 28, 2020
Down with diesel? Tsay Keh Dene Nation looks to biomass for heating needs

CombustionNewsBiofuels

February 21, 2020
Two BC municipalities eyeing waste wood biomass projects

CombustionNewsBiofuels

February 10, 2020
Turboden, MLTC sign contract for biomass power generation system

CombustionNewsBiofuels

January 22, 2020
Prince George district energy system operated at 100% despite cold snap

CombustionNewsBiofuels

November 6, 2019
PEI to convert 5 schools to biomass heating systems by 2021