April 24, 2017,
- Alberta reviews technologies to convert MSW in small communities to energy and fuels.
- Biochar facility announced for BC by Taylor Fredericks.
- Domtar promotes biomass innovation.
- First Nation community in the Yukon looking into biomass boiler project.
- Ethanol from Enerkem gets lowest carbon intensity ever by BC.
- Enerkem to start ethanol production in Edmonton this summer by Gordon Kent.
- Canadian canola oil may head south for biodiesel.
- Overview of Pond Technologies by Sarah Petrevan.
- Value of Canada’s carbon-pricing policies by Geoffrey Morgan.
- Air Canada to test biofuels in flights between Toronto and Montreal.
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