Association News and Publications

A report was released today analyzing the logistics behind pellet exports from eastern Canada, suggesting solutions to reduce transport costs considerably.

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Those interested in presenting at the 2013 Wood Pellet Association of Canada (WPAC) Annual General Meeting and Conference have until May 15 to submit their abstracts. More conference info here.

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Despite inexpensive natural gas serving large parts of the Canadian market, there is a vast potential for pellet heating. Executive director Gordon Murray takes a closer look.

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The Wood Pellet Association of Canada (WPAC) announced the signing of a partnership agreement with the Rotterdam Biomass Commodities Network (RBCN).

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In November 2011, a boatload of wood pellets left Vancouver bound for the United Kingdom.  Four weeks later, pellets from that ship were among the first to be burned at the newly converted biomass power station at Tilbury, a small port town 40 kilometres east of London.

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