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Feds announce $2 billion for move to low-carbon economy

Ottawa is giving Canadians and Canadian companies a $2-billion incentive to reduce their emissions and make their homes and buildings more efficient.

Bluenose Academy enjoying reliable returns from biomass

When Bluenose Academy, a Grade P-9 school in Lunenburg, N.S., was built seven years ago it was the greenest building in Atlantic Canada and achieved LEED Gold certification.

S2G begins work on Sarnia advanced biorefinery

S2G BioChem has started work on its first standalone biorefinery demonstration plant that it intends to build in Sarnia, Ont.

Biofuelnet shares themes that drove discovery in biofuels

Raw material or feedstock must be converted into a biofuel end-product that is both usable and sustainable.

Canadian scientists prove forests reduce air pollution

A new study recently published by scientists at Environment and Climate Change Canada discovered a missing link in lower-atmosphere ozone formation: our forests.
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    Dust Safety Week 2017 is next Monday!

    Canadian Biomass is highlighting dust safety best practices, technical information and solutions, during Dust Safety Week 2017 from June 26 to 30. » Read more...
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    Learn about pellet certifications at WPAC 2017

    Get the most up-to-date information on wood pellet certifications at this year’s Wood Pellet Association of Canada AGM and Conference taking place in Ottawa Sept. 18-20. The pre-conference workshop will cover CANplus and ENplus as well as SBP certifications. » Read more...
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    Greenbelt to license ECOsystem biorefinering technology

    Greenbelt Resources Corporation has announced the signing of a letter of intent with Prosys Biorefining Systems to license its proprietary ECOsystem biorefinering technology. » Read more

    FutureMetrics updates pellet substitution cost dashboard

    FutureMetrics has made significant updates to one of its most popular dashboards: Wood Pellets in Coal Power Plants. » Read more

    BioAmber launches a pharmaceutical grade for its bio-succinic acid

    This new grade of material provides a USP/NF and FCC Grade of bio-succinic acid manufactured under the FDA's good manufacturing practices for food and Excipients. » Read more

    2017 Pellet Fuels Institute Annual Conference

    July 23-25, 2017
    Location: Stowe, Vermont
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