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July 12, 2017
News 
 

Canada has a competitive edge in clean tech: report

A Conference Board of Canada report identifies 17 climate-friendly products and related services where Canada has a competitive edge.


La Tuque biomass projects get federal funding boost

Two forest sector projects in La Tuque, Que., are getting financial assistance from the federal government through the Quebec Economic Development Program.


EPA plans to cut biofuels requirements in 2018

The U.S. government says it will reduce the volume of biofuels required to supplement diesel and gasoline in 2018.


NWT man invents home pellet dispensary system

An inventor in N.W.T. has created a wood pellet dispensary system that can be installed in a home to eliminate the need to carry in pellet bags.


Mulcher features interchangeable counter blades

FAE’s new forestry mulcher machine, the UML/S/DT, introduces a new advanced design of mulchers.
 
Featured News 
 
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Enerlab to produce insulation panels using lignin

An insulation manufacturer based in St-Mathieu de Beloeil, Que., has received federal funding for its project to replace petroleum-based raw materials with lignin. Enerlab 2000 plans to use its iso-lignin technology to produce insulating and structural panels made with lignin from pulp and paper processes. » Read more...
 
Featured News

Pinnacle joins Alberta Forest Products Association

Pinnacle Renewable Energy has seven manufacturing facilities in Alberta and British Columbia and shipping capacity through the Port of Prince Rupert. The company’s new plant at Entwistle, in Parkland County, represents an $85 million investment in Alberta’s economy. » Read more...
 
Events 
 

2017 Pellet Fuels Institute Annual Conference

July 23-25, 2017
Location: Stowe, Vermont
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