Association News and Publications

As OPG looks to co-firing or 100% biomass as some plants, Ontario must open its borders to pellets from the rest of Canada and elsewhere.

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Canada’s new plans to phase out coal-fired electricity could be accelerated by learning from Europe's experience. Co-firing pellets to replace up to 30% of coal is a good start, and torrefaction may help down the road.

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Canada should follow Europe’s lead and co-fire wood pellets in its coal-fired power plants. The move would use a readily-available and sustainable resource to meet demands to reduce emissions and move away from fossil fuels.

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There are many safety and political issues in the wood pellet industry that need to be addressed, and the Wood Pellet association of Canada has just that goal in mind.

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