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EverWind Fuels eyes Nova Scotia for regional green hydrogen hub

EverWind intends to expand and develop the Point Tupper, N.S., site to be the location of a regional green hydrogen hub for Eastern Canada, including new green hydrogen and ammonia production facilities.

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.

INCA Renewtech to build bio-composites manufacturing facility in Alberta

The company plans to build a state-of-the art 200,000-square-foot hemp fibre processing and composites manufacturing facility in Vegreville, Alta.

Green Impact Partners proposes wheat-to-biofuels facility in Calgary

Located within the City of Calgary, Future Energy Park is a proposed net CO2-negative biofuels facility using non-food grade wheat to produce renewable natural gas and ethanol.

Alberta leverages global partnership to support advances in CCUS technologies

A total of $19 million is available for projects that accelerate the deployment of carbon capture, utilization and storage in Alberta and around the world.
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Heating Yellowknife

A new district energy system in Yellowknife from J&R Mechanical is helping the N.W.T. government reduce its reliance on fossil fuels and lower its carbon footprint. Read our latest bioheat feature story from editor Ellen Cools. » Read more...

Supply chain resilience and BC bioenergy

Given the Port of Prince Rupert’s strategic importance for the B.C. wood pellet sector to reach global markets, the Wood Pellet Association of Canada is working with industry partners, including Drax Group to expand B.C.’s wood pellet export capacity at the Westview Wood Pellet Terminal. Read about the project from Trade and Invest BC. » Read more...