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Hamilton rolls out Ontario’s first carbon-negative bus with Enbridge partnership

The province’s first carbon-negative bus is expected to divert 450 tonnes of organic waste from the landfill in a single year. It works out to be the same as 38 garbage trucks.

Quebec companies collaborate on one of Canada’s largest green hydrogen projects

Evolugen, the Canadian operating business of Brookfield Renewable, and Gazifère Inc., an Enbridge company, are collaborating to advance the development and use of green hydrogen.

Regina, federal government invest in new biofuel plant to be built near city

The True North Renewable Fuels Ltd. plant will turn locally grown canola into biodiesel to help fuel the aviation and rail industries. In addition to construction jobs being created, the finished plant could employ between 150 and 350 people.

UBC researcher develops coffee pod that biodegrades in 35 days into biomass

Dr. Zac Hudson’s breakthrough could save landfill sites from more than 40 billion annually discarded coffee pods that may take thousands of years to break down.

Canada to work with Germany on transition to clean energy

Some political differences may be encountered, however, as Canada is a proponent of “blue” hydrogen while Germany is focused more on “green” hydrogen.
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