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Watch it now - ‘Threatened forests’ the hidden truth behind EU 'green energy'

The film ‘Threatened forests’ reveals the hidden truth behind “green energy” in the EU. It’s being shown on EUBioenergy.com the month of May, a moment when the European Commission is consulting stakeholders on sustainable bioenergy policy. 127 more words


Wood Pellets Information

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If you want to learn more about the importance for wood pellets for today’s world and environment then you’re definitely in the right place since we buy and sell wood pellets so we clearly know everything there is to know about wood pellets. 240 more words

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Why Not to Use Wood Pellets for Your Next Building Project

In honor of Earth Day 2016, and its focus on planting trees, here’s a blog about about wood pellets, a.k.a, the non-sustainable wood that people use for renovation projects – and why you should think twice about using it. 529 more words

Ontario Wood Pellets Would Have Produced Less Than Half Of The (net) CO2 as Norwegian Wood Pellets

Ontario is importing “advanced biomass” wood pellets from Norway. See the post here is you are coming in late.

I was looking for total CO2 figures for the Atikokan plant. 162 more words

AGW Is A Cult

Ontario Spent 170 million to Convert a Coal Power Plant to burn Norwegian Wood Pellets

Ontario has shut down its coal power plants. One of those coal power plants was Atikokan. What OPG decided to do (because they needed dispatchable power) was to convert the plant to biomass. 302 more words

AGW Is A Cult

Wood Pellets are 3x to 4x More Expensive Than Coal And Produce More CO2.

UPDATE: See 1.5 year old numbers for coal versus wood in USA at bottom

I’m not a big fan of coal. But I do oppose stupidity. 589 more words


Ontario Converts 4,000MW of Coal Power Plant to 44MW of solar

Ontario Canada is converting a 4,000MW coal power plant to a 44MMW solar farm.

“Through the IESO’s new Large Renewable Procurement program, solar providers will receive an average of 15.67 cents/kWh for their clean energy.” 100 more words