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Despite the 4,600 nautical mile sea journey from B.C. to Japan, pellets are still a better renewable and clean energy solution, emitting 91 per cent less GHGs than coal. Photo courtesy WPAC.

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As global demand for wood pellets continues to rise to new levels, so do stakeholder expectations around the management of the forests from which these pellets are sourced. The Wood Pellet Association of Canada (WPAC) and the province of British Columbia have built a global reputation as a leading supplier of responsible, renewable clean energy. This, in turn, has opened up new markets for our products, spurred investment and created 2,500 high quality jobs.

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Fire brigade training is an important element of the pellet industry’s safety approach. Credit: Pinnacle Renewable Energy,

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Nearly 300 delegates from across Asia and North America joined the Wood Pellet Association of Canada (WPAC)’s first-ever Asia Wood Pellet Conference, highlighting the rapid and exciting expansion of pellet production and green energy demand in Canada and key Asian markets.

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Pinnacle Renewable Energy is committed to implementing critical control management throughout its operations. Here are a few dedicated team members at Pinnacle’s Meadowbank, B.C., plant. Photo Credit: Pinnacle Renewable Energy.

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