Association News and Publications

The Wood Pellet Association of Canada’s Safety Committee, in co-operation with WorkSafeBC and media partner Canadian Biomass magazine, are hosting a workshop on process safety bow tie analysis.

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With new pellet plants coming online, potentially favourable government policies in the pipeline, and growing global demand for wood pellets, Canada’s pellet sector is poised to significantly contribute to the global low-carbon economy. But, as speakers at the Wood Pellet Association of Canada (WPAC) conference reminded us, there are several uncertainties that will dictate the growth of the pellet sector in the years to come.

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For the past year or so, the Wood Pellet Association of Canada (WPAC) has been working on trying to get European biomass boiler standards accepted in Canada so that we can grow our domestic pellet market. There are no Canadian manufacturers of small scale wood pellet boilers.

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Canadian associations call for a national ‘Clean Fuel Strategy’ to leverage innovation and sustainable resources to secure investment in the production and use of clean fuels.

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Since 2017, the government of Canada has been developing the Clean Fuel Standard (CFS), a low carbon fuel standard-type policy, to reduce the lifecycle carbon intensity of fuels and energy used in Canada. The CFS aims to achieve 30 million tonnes CO2e (carbon dioxide equivalent) of annual reductions in greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) by 2030. Although not as high profile as carbon pricing and certainly more complex, the CFS has the potential to have a much greater impact on the structure and performance of Canada’s energy system.

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