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Vancouver energy company eyes switch to biomass

February 20, 2014, Vancouver, BC – A Vancouver-based energy company, which supplies energy to over 200 buildings in the downtown, is making plans to convert from fossil fuels to biomass.


February 20, 2014
By Canadian Biomass

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February 20, 2014, Vancouver, BC – A Vancouver-based energy
company, which supplies energy to over 200 buildings in the downtown, is making
plans to convert from fossil fuels to biomass.

 

According to the report in today’s Vancouver Sun, Creative
Energy is in talks with the City of Vancouver to convert its power supply for
the downtown core to low carbon fuel, a move that would be equivalent to
removing 14,000 cars from the road annually.

 

Vancouver has already established its Greenest City Action
Plan, which aims to reduce emissions by 33 per cent by the year 2020.
Converting steam heat and central heat to low carbon fuels is seen as a
significant step towards meeting that goal.

 

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