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CHAR Technologies moves forward with biomass to RNG project

The project will potentially produce 500,000 gigajoules per year (GJ/yr) of RNG, and 10,000 tonnes per year of CHAR’s proprietary CleanFyre biocoal (CleanFyre). It will be designed, built, operated and owned by CHAR.

Aemetis signs $2B agreement to engineer carbon zero plant

The plant will use waste wood to produce cellulosic hydrogen with a below zero carbon intensity, which is combined with renewable oils and zero carbon intensity hydroelectric electricity to produce sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) and renewable diesel.

Bioindustry projects among those funded by $176-million investment in Alberta

The bioindustry and waste-to-value projects to receive funding include a fibre procurement project by Mercer Peace River Pulp Ltd. and the expansion of Calgary Aggregate Recycling Inc.’s soil reuse facility.

Brightmark, Chevron make first delivery of RNG produced at Lawnhurst Farms

“Achieving first gas at Lawnhurst Farms is a tremendous milestone not only for the Lawnhurst Project, but also for Brightmark’s RNG production ambitions as a whole,” said Bob Powell, founder and chief executive officer of Brightmark.

Origin Materials, Kolon team up to industrialize bio-based carbon-negative chemicals and materials

This strategic partnership aims to rapidly develop and industrialize new sustainable carbon-negative products based on Origin Materials’ patented technology platform, leveraging Kolon’s polymerization expertise, application development and supply chain strength.
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Opinion: Forestry is Canada’s secret (climate change) weapon

By 2030, Canada’s forest industry will be in a position to remove the equivalent of 30 megatonnes of CO2 from the atmosphere each year through innovative efforts in our woodlands operations, at our mills, along our supply chain, and through the products we make that store carbon and can displace more fossil fuel intensive materials. » Read more...

Enviva announces first direct contract with industrial customer

The contract is with a European company that processes solid biomass into refined liquids suitable for high-grade renewable fuels such as sustainable aviation fuel and biodiesel. » Read more...
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