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BC adds $4M to Indigenous Forest Bioeconomy Program

The funding will expand the existing Indigenous Forest Bioeconomy Program to include a new accelerator stream for scaling up low-carbon forest-based products.

WM investing $825M to expand RNG infrastructure across North America

WM’s growing network of RNG plants, landfill gas-to-electricity plants and other beneficial use projects are estimated to enable the company to provide enough renewable energy to supply the equivalent of one million homes across North America

CPM introduces Twin Track wood pelleting technology

CPM’s patented Twin Track technology has been developed after a decade of research, with multiple goals of reducing energy demand, ensuring consistent pellet quality and boosting mill capacity.
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Op-ed: Feds abandon global wood pellet marketplace amid energy crisis

“I can only surmise that the federal government feels that renewable, Canadian wood biomass from forest and sawmill residuals is better left to be burned into the atmosphere than to be produced into pellets and contribute to global efforts to tackle climate change,” writes Wood Pellet Association of Canada executive director Gordon Murray. » Read more...

BC study shows province holds wealth of RNG potential

A study released in March showed that, by 2050, the potential of renewable and low carbon gases could be as high as 440 petajoules per year – roughly double what currently flows through FortisBC’s gas infrastructure to British Columbians. » Read more...

Anaergia commissions first of 7 new renewable natural gas facilities in Italy

The state-of-the-art facility has the capacity to anaerobically digest 36,450 tons of landfill-diverted food scraps and other organic waste each year. » Read more...

White paper addresses how inflation will impact the industrial wood pellet sector

Using data, analysis, and advanced simulation techniques, FutureMetrics provides unique insights into how the costs of producing and delivering industrial wood pellets may be affected by high inflation. » Read more...

Why Europe also needs to count on sustainable bioenergy: IEA Bioenergy

The Ukraine war has exposed Europe’s critical dependence on fossil fuel imports. Paul Bennett, chair of the executive committee of IEA Bioenergy, refers to the advantages of bioenergy contribution to energy security in a fossil free future. » Read more...

EUBCE 2022

May 9-12, 2022
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