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Mark November 17 to 19 on your calendars. The Wood Pellet Association of Canada has chosen those dates for a repeat performance of its hugely successful AGM and conference.

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Philosopher George Santayana famously said, “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.” This is an important lesson for those responsible for fibre allocation in British Columbia.

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Rodenhuize Power Station (RPS), a 240-megawatt biomass fuelled plant located in Ghent, Belgium, is one of the largest consumers of Canadian wood pellets. Formerly a coal power station, the plant was converted in 2011 to operate entirely on wood pellets. RPS is a joint venture between Electrabel (a subsidiary GDF SUEZ that owns 73 per cent) and Ackermans & van Haaren (owning 27 per cent). The project cost an estimated €125 million – about $170 million Canadian. WPAC's Gord Murray reports on his onsite visit.

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With just over two months until the Canadian Wood Pellet Heating Conference opens its doors in Montreal, organizers have released information about the preliminary agenda for the two-day conference.

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Presentations from the over 25 speakers at the sold-out 2013 Wood Pellet Association of Canada AGM and Conference are now available for download. Thanks to our presenters for an excellent slate, and to the over 300 people who took part.

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