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Nov. 7, 2018

Feds adjust carbon tax plan to reduce impact on coal plants

The federal government is proposing a change to its carbon tax plan that would reduce the pollution fines on coal-burning power stations.

Slim majority of Canadians now support federal carbon tax plan

The latest study from the Angus Reid Institute finds just over half of Canadians are inclined to back the Trudeau government’s national carbon pricing plan.

Enviva announces off-take contracts with Mitsubishi

Enviva will be the exclusive, long-term imported biomass fuel supplier to the Aioi Bioenergy Corporation, a joint venture converting an existing oil-fired power plant to biomass.

Attis launches video series to demo lignin conversion

The video series will offer investors and interested parties additional information on the technologies and bio-based products offered under the company's Innovations division.

Workshop opportunity: process safety incident investigations

The Wood Pellet Association of Canada's Safety Committee, in co-operation with WorkSafeBC and media partner Canadian Biomass magazine, is hosting a workshop on process safety incident investigations in Richmond, B.C., on Nov. 20.
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DEMO 2020 prep underway outside of Ottawa

The industry advisory committee helping to organize DEMO International 2020 got its first peek at the active logging site just north of Ottawa/Gatineau, and early indicators are very positive. » Read more...