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Researcher using bacteria to synthesize a new biofuel

New research from an engineer at Washington University in St. Louis further refines the production of biofuel from bacteria.

Wind and solar to lead renewable energy demand growth in US

U.S. demand for renewable energy is forecast to reach 12.6 quadrillion British thermal units (Btu) in 2021, according to a recently released report.

RICanada launches ad campaign to promote biofuels

Dubbed ‘Facts Don’t Lie’, the campaign is designed to educate the public on the role of biofuels in reducing carbon emissions from transportation.

Editorial: We can learn from a close call at Pacific BioEnergy

In a matter of days a frightening situation at Pacific BioEnergy turned into a remarkable one with important lessons learned for pellet producers.

Viessmann celebrates 100th anniversary

To help mark this milestone, Viessmann Canada hosted an open house-style event at its Waterloo, Ont., facility.
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WPAC makes strong case for pellets in New Brunswick

Each year thousands of tons of wood pellets are shipped out of the Port of Belledune in New Brunswick to fire biomass generating stations in Europe, while thousands of tons of coal are shipped in to power the Belledune coal-fired generating station, just a stone’s throw away. This ironic image dominated conversation at the NB Wood Pellet Forum yesterday. » Read more...
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Are wood pellets actually sustainable?

Canada’s forest sector is a world leader when it comes to the sustainability of its operations. The vast majority of Canadian wood pellets are made from sawmill residuals – sawdust. » Read more...

Fuels of the Future

January 22-23, 2018
Location: Berlin
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