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Cleaner synthetic fuel used to power Dutch airline flight from Holland to Spain

The fuel mixture include synthetic kerosene with carbon dioxide, water and renewable energy sources.

Squamish company building new Texas facility for direct air capture of CO2

Direct air capture facilities can remove one million tons of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, or the equivalent of what can be done by 40 million trees.

Increase in wood pellet exports helped create 2020 spike in port’s cargo volume

Exports of wood pellets from Pinnacle Renewable Energy’s Westview Terminal saw a 33 per cent increase.

Surrey shows how green energy works effectively

The West Village Energy Centre’s renewable natural gas is produced from organic waste at the Surrey Biofuel Facility.

Canada, B.C. to assume leading roles in emergence of green hydrogen

The demand for hydrogen has been sparked by governmental policies that encourage the decarbonization of current fuel and energy systems.
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Drax Group to acquire Pinnacle Renewable Energy

An arrangement agreement between the two companies will see Drax acquire all of Pinnacle’s issued and outstanding common shares in an all-cash transaction valued at $831 million. » Read more...

Breaking new ground in pellet plant safety

In 2014, the Wood Pellet Association of Canada (WPAC) established the WPAC safety committee as a forum for industry participants to share knowledge and to work collectively on solving common safety concerns such as combustible dust management, safe-guarding, working in confined spaces and lock-out procedures. » Read more...