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$1M grant helps First Nation-owned business redirect waste wood

The grant, which FESBC provided in 2019, funds the second part of the project focused on recovering and using at least 200,000 cubic metres of waste wood fibre that accumulated during the first phase of the project.

Canfor Pulp receives $2M to fund renewable energy project

The government of B.C. has invested $2 million in Canfor Pulp for a project that will convert forestry byproduct and wood waste to renewable energy, to be spearheaded by the company’s Prince George pulp mill.

How to integrate mobile pellet systems with farm operations in Canada?

The Biomass and Bioenergy Research Group (BBRG) at UBC is seeking information from pellet mill manufacturers and farmers on small-scale pellet units with a capacity of less than one tonne per hour. BBRG intends to develop a mobile pellet system that can fit into the current business models of farm operators in Canada.

Clean Energy Fuels signs deals for 20M gallons of RNG

Clean Energy Fuels Corp. has announced new and extended contracts for more than 20 million gallons of Redeem RNG to accommodate continued demand across key business segments for the ultra-low carbon fuel produced from organic waste.

CRB Innovations receives $8.575M to convert wood waste into biofuels

The federal and Quebec governments are investing $8.575 million in CRB Innovations to support the development of a commercial pilot project to convert forestry residuals and other biomass sources into products that will be converted into biofuels and co-bioproducts.
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How to reduce transportation emissions in Canada by 50%: use wood pellets

Canada is uniquely positioned to decarbonize transportation using commercial bioenergy technologies by using forest biomass for thermal energy in the recovery and processing of oil sands, write Gordon Murray and Jamie Stephen. » Read more...

Federal government invests $13M in six Indigenous biomass projects

The $13 million will go to six biomass projects in Northern Ontario, including $2,452,750 to the Wikwemikong Development Commission to demonstrate the effectiveness of forest-based biomass and $4,168,000 to Sagatay Cogeneration Limited Partnership to help develop engineering plans for a biomass cogeneration system. » Read more...