Emerging Demand

Richard Krygier, biomass specialist with the Canadian Forest Service is working with Camrose county on their waste to willows biomass project. He is standing ...

Beacon News, November 10, 2013

Sarah Boggess shares information about the ReEnergy Biomass facility during ... Shrub willow burns like most wood products but can be readied for use in four ...

WatertownDailyTimes.com, August 9, 2013

To date, this project is the largest expansion of willow biomass crops in North America. "Willow biomass crops are being developed as a source of renewable ...

Fierce Energy, June 18, 2013

The €80mn 16.3MWe biomass Plant is planned to be fuelled by straw and willow grown by Irish farmers, and will be designed to a high-efficiency combined heat ...

Renewable Energy Focus, April 30, 2013

If Saskatchewan is to get serious about renewable energy, Ken Van Rees says we need to look to the trees as another option, specifically willows.

The Leader-Post, February 23, 2013

Camrose replaced their natural gas boilers with a biomass heating system and are using their willows and other waste wood streams to heat their main county ...

Huffington Post Canada, January 15, 2013

The company worked with Cape Breton University, with support from Enterprise Cape Breton Corp., on a three-year test project to grow willow for the biomass ...

TheChronicleHerald.ca, October 5, 2012

Starting today, several regional workshops will be held for those interested in a federal program intended to boost willow biomass production. “It's a great project in the sense of promoting agriculture, energy and the economy,” said John K. Bartow Jr ...

Watertown Daily Times, July 24, 2012

The biomass boiler is being built to power the Iggesund paperboard factory at Siddick, Workington. It will be fuelled by 500000 tonnes-a-year of willow.

NW Evening Mail, July 6, 2012

FARMERS are being signed up to supply a new £108m biomass plant being built at ... The new plant, which will be fuelled by 500000 tonnes a year of willow, ...

NW Evening Mail, July 5, 2012