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Fort Nelson First Nation supports pellet plant project in spite of critical report

A proposal to build British Columbia’s largest pellet plant has been criticized by a Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives report, but is getting full support by the Fort Nelson First Nation and Northern Rockies Regional Municipality.

University study shows cactus pear could become important biofuel source

Researchers from the University of Nevada at Reno believe the cactus pear could become a prized biofuel source with its high heat tolerance and low water use.

Wolverine shares results of initial studies on hydrogen production in Alberta

The Alberta Project forms part of the clean energy and renewable natural gas assets proposed for sale in connection with Wolverine’s previously announced reverse takeover transaction involving Blackheath Resources Inc.

Geothermal energy exploration in Yukon gets $2M boost from federal government

Funding will help explore the potential of geothermal energy as a long-term renewable energy source for communities currently powered by diesel.

Proposed Clean Fuel Regulations gets feedback from Renewable Energies Canada

Renewable Energies Canada has made a number of recommendations to Environment and Climate Change Canada for its draft Clean Fuel Regulations.
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