Posts Tagged ‘green energy’

Opinion: How B.C. hydroelectric dam could hurt forest towns

December 6, 2017

The mayor of a forest-dependent community in B.C. raises questions about how rising hydro rates and a glut of hydroelectric power from the Site C dam project could affect pulp and paper companies in a recent opinion piece published by TheTyee.ca. Bob Simpson, mayor of Quesnel, notes that 17 companies

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Biofuels company considering expansion of Varennes plant

August 17, 2017

VARENNES, QC – Greenfield Global Inc., Canada’s largest ethanol producer and a world leader in high-purity specialty alcohols, has begun a feasibility study to significantly expand operations for sustainable biofuel production at its biorefinery in Varennes, Quebec. The Varennes distillery is the first ethanol plant built in Quebec. The plant already produces some of the lowest-carbon

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Explore alternatives during Green Energy Doors Open event

August 15, 2017

Curious about green energy? Get a behind-the-scenes look at green energy developments in Canada, that are already in place. Green Energy Doors Open (GEDO) is a showcase of sustainable energy projects and success stories from across Canada. GEDO17 runs from September 22-24 across Ontario and B.C., with a special Ottawa

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