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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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If you’ve ever tried to make a real contribution to a greener planet, you will know that it’s really hard to do.

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As WPAC’s executive director, I prepare a business plan and budget each year for approval by our board of directors and membership during our AGM. The business plan guides our direction for the ensuing year. Of course, from time to time, unforeseen priorities arise, and we need to adapt.

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Despite frequent laughs shared by attendees at the annual Wood Products Safety Summit held in Prince George, B.C., this week, it was clear safety is serious business for the industry.

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There has been a lot of activity surrounding the Wood Pellet Association of Canada (WPAC) Pellet Boiler Certification Project since our recent publication about growing the domestic pellet heating market.

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