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Canfor to sell Fort Nelson forest tenure to Peak Renewables

Canfor has reached multi-year $30-million agreements for the sale of the forest tenure to Peak Renewables, a bioenergy company that manufactures sustainably sourced pellets.

FPInnovations applauds Quebec government’s support of innovation in forestry

As part of the Quebec government’s support for the forest industry, FPInnovations was granted $2 million over two years to contribute towards the development of innovative solutions for the forest sector.

Webinar: building sustainable communities with the bioeconomy

On Nov. 26, 2020, from 8:00-10:00 a.m. PST, the Canadian Bioeconomy Conference and Exhibition will host a webinar called ‘Building Sustainable Communities with the Bioeconomy.” The webinar will explore the development of the bioeconomy from communities’ perspective.

Xebec applauds Quebec’s increased investment in RNG

As part of the Quebec government’s plan for a green economy, a minimum of 10 per cent renewable natural gas (RNG) content in the pipeline is targeted by 2030, and $213 million will be invested in the financing of RNG production and distribution projects.

Brightmark breaks ground on RNG project in Florida

The project includes the construction of new anaerobic digesters at two Larson family dairy farms in Okeechobee County, Fla. Upon completion of the project, the digesters are anticipated to generate about 171,000 MMBtu of renewable natural gas each year.
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Wood pellets: a growing climate change solution

The Wood Pellet Association of Canada (WPAC) recently caught up with Gary Bull, professor and head of department at the University of British Columbia’s Department of Forest Resources Management, to discuss the impact of wood pellets on climate change. » Read more...

Editorial: Turning waste into a solution

It’s evident that more and more investors, particularly government, have started recognizing the potential of the bioeconomy in the past year or two, writes Canadian Biomass editor Ellen Cools in her latest editorial. » Read more...