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Biomass plant allowing Simon Fraser University to reduce its GHG heating emissions

Simon Fraser University is on track to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by 80 per cent from heating. The reduction in emissions is about the same as the emissions each year from 900 homes.

Renewable natural gas can play key role in decarbonizing transportation, heating

Ontario’s first priority toward reaching “Net Zero 2050” should be the decarbonization of transportation, the Ontario Energy Association says.

$1.3-billion hydrogen plant eyed for Edmonton; would cut emissions 95%

A $1.3-billion hydrogen plant may be constructed in Edmonton to produce clean-burning fuel from natural gas.

Alberta’s oil and gas industry embarking on carbon capture strategy to be net-zero

Intending to extend the life of its oilsands, Alberta’s oil and gas industry is investing heavily into blue hydrogen and an alliance to achieve net-zero emissions.

Quebec eyed for renewable diesel refinery, fed by landfill garbage, forest waste

As the availability of traditional biofuel feedstocks continues to be strained through demand, Neste Oyj is exploring the conversion of forest waste and landfill garbage to produce biofuel for motor vehicles and aircraft.
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Featured News 

Dust Safety Week 2021 is coming soon!

For the fifth year in a row, Canadian Biomass and Canadian Forest Industries will be showcasing dust safety best practices, technical information and solutions during Dust Safety Week from June 21-25. » Read more...

WPAC Maritime Bioheat Conference highlights potential for biomass heating in Canada

The first-ever Maritime Bioheat Conference, Net Zero by 2030: Growing the Region’s Largest Source of Renewable Energy, sponsored by the Wood Pellet Association of Canada (WPAC) and Canadian Biomass Magazine, put a spotlight on the immense potential for biomass heating in the Maritimes. » Read more...
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Demo International 2022

Sept. 22-24, 2022
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