TransAlta acquires a stake in EMG and its wastewater technology
PurEffluent produces a biogas stream that can be used as fuel to generate electricity.
$42M Niagara Falls RNG plant to be fuelled by landfill waste
Enbridge to implement a pilot volunteer renewable natural gas program in Ontario starting in 2021.
Xebec to develop first Canadian RNG infrastructure project
Facility will process over 45,000 tonnes of organic waste per year through an anaerobic digestion process.
Xebec secures $27M in orders from US dairy farmers
Will supply turnkey biogas upgrading plants and small-scale containerized Biostream systems to produce renewable natural gas.
Waterloo, Ont. launches poop-to-power pilot project
Anaerobic digestion process will create biogas, which can be burned for heat and energy; leftovers are used for fertilizer.
Apple increasing its reliance on renewable energy
Almost half of the electronics-giant’s stores and data centres are powered by renewable energy.
Full steam ahead
Lumber mill saves with biomass boiler.
Hydrogen, biogas power Cummins generator in Costa Rica
The electrical generator is part of an experimental 7.5 kilo watt renewable energy system.
UBC gets biogasified
Nexterra hedges its bets on fledgling syngas
Xebec sells biogas separator to China
Landfill gas will be compressed and used as renewable transport fuel.
Xebec technology powers California energy project
Xebec Adsorption Inc.’s biogas technology has launched the first renewable energy project in California to purify biogas from a wastewater treatment facility.
Kraft "Bullfrogs" its Dad’s Cookies bakeries
Green electricity provider Bullfrog Power is piloting a natural gas project with Kraft Canada that will make its Dad’s Cookies not only delicious, but also green.
$1M biogas upgrading project for Xebec in China
Xebec Adsorption has signed a deal worth just over $1 million to provide a complete biogas upgrading plant to Heilongjiang Loonggas Investment in China.
Catalyst paper mill to demo $6.12M biogas plant
Catalyst Paper Corp. is testing an anaerobic digestion technology as part of a $6.12 million demonstration project that will turn some of the effluent produced at its Crofton pulp and paper mill into renewable energy.
Bioenergy Network invests in two new projects
The BC Bioenergy Network is providing Terasen Gas with $200,000 in funding for each of two bioenergy projects in the province.