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Feds pledge $20 million to scale up clean tech

The federal government has committed up to $20 million to support clean energy projects at the pre-commercialization stage.

Academics call for Chatham House to reconsider report

IEA Bioenergy attracted more than 125 academic signatories who consider that the report does not present an objective overview.

Company announces successful trials for engineered biocarbon

Cool Planet is making its Cool Terra Engineered Biocarbon products more commercially available to growers in 2017.

Valmet to supply boiler to Japanese thermal power plant

A new boiler plant will enable Kushiro Thermal Power Plant Inc. to achieve a stable power supply at extremely high thermal efficiency.

Weltec develops analysis procedure for biogas substrates

Weltec Biopower in Vechta, Germany, is developing a quick test for identifying inhibitors in biogas substrates.
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Canada, U.S. pellets using more residues, byproducts

Wood pellet manufacturers in both the U.S. and Canada are increasingly diversifying their feedstock to reduce fibre costs and take advantage of less utilized fibre sources. » Read more...
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WPAC Safety Committee releases 2017 work plan

The Wood Pellet Association of Canada’s Safety Committee has released its annual work plan and lists 10 priorities for 2017, including delivery of Process safety management content, focus on best practices for combustible dust management and confined space entry. » Read more...

Gasification 2017

March 15, 2017
Location: Helsinki, Finland
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International Biomass Conference & Expo

April 10-12, 2017
Location: Minneapolis
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