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BC awards funding for Indigenous clean energy projects, including RNG venture

As part of the funding, the Sqéwqel Development Corporation (Seabird Island Band) has been awarded $50,000 for a feasibility study to determine the viability of becoming a renewable natural gas (RNG) supplier and building new RNG plant.

Albioma acquires La Granaudière wood pellet plant in Quebec

The plant, which has been out of service since July 2021, concomitantly with the receivership procedure, is due to be recommissioned in early 2022.

CHAR Technologies FEED study aimed at using rice husks to produce hydrogen

The company plans on using its existing biocarbon facility in London, Ont., to determine the technical and commercial feasibility of using rice husks to generate biocarbon and green hydrogen.

Canola meal biocoal project looks to scale up production, commercialization

After years of meticulous research, Ajay Dalai’s (PhD, P.Eng) exploration of canola meal pellets as an eco-friendly alternative to coal and natural gas for both heat and energy is poised to move into its next phases – scaled-up pellet production and commercialization.

FortisBC proposes to provide 100 per cent renewable gas to all new homes

FortisBC has submitted a proposal to the BC Utilities Commission that all newly constructed houses automatically receive 100 per cent renewable gas, which includes RNG, hydrogen, syngas and lignin, which could be delivered by the gas system in the future.
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2022 wood pellet markets outlook

As climate change events become more common and severe, policies are evolving in response, which will lead to higher demand for pellet fuel. But, what will this mean for the wood pellet export markets in 2022 and beyond, particularly in Canada? FutureMetrics president William Strauss provides some insights. » Read more...

‘Promising results so far’ using sustainable bioproducts in asphalt

Climate change is a growing threat to the world’s population. So, FPInnovations is working to implement new products and solutions, such as lignin-modified asphalt, a green technology that could improve road performance while creating value from an abundantly available forest residue. » Read more...