Nanaimo Bioenergy Centre Innovation Workshop & Ribbon Cutting; Advancing Clean Energy in B.C. Regional Communities
NANAIMO, BC, Oct. 15, 2012 /CNW/ - On October 18th, 2012 the newest innovation recently commissioned at the Nanaimo Bioenergy Centre, a Double Membrane Biogas Holder will be featured at the first annual Fall Innovation Workshop. The Collaborative partners and stakeholders of the Centre, together with leaders in the bioenergy community are participating in this one day event at the Cedar Community Hall. An official opening and ribbon cutting at the Nanaimo Bioenergy Centre will take place on October 18th, 2012 at 3:00 pm as part of the Fall Innovation Workshop (see event notice here).
"The introduction of this storage technology from Austria is a new biogas utilization platform for landfills," says Paul Liddy, Managing Director, Cedar Road Bioenergy Inc. "This innovation will advance the North American landfill energy sector in delivering improved economic viability to biogas capture and utilization. Nanaimo is leading with the introduction of this technology into such applications in North America." The Fall Innovation Workshop will announce and share the technical and economic benefits of a grouping of technology platforms introduced at the centre.
The Nanaimo Bioenergy Centre is a collaborative development & demonstration platform. Where private and public stakeholders, and partners come together to innovate. Achieving measurable leading commercial outcomes in GHG reduction and distributed waste to energy conversion for small to medium sized landfills.
This partnership includes the Regional District of Nanaimo, BC Bioenergy Network and Cedar Road Bioenergy Inc. with funding support by the British Columbia's Innovative Clean Energy Fund (ICE), Community Futures of Nanaimo, Natural Resources Canada, CIBC and Suncurrent Industries Inc.
About Cedar Road Bioenergy Inc.
Owner and operator of the Nanaimo Bioenergy Centre, committed to innovating in the waste to energy bioenergy solutions. A member company of the Suncurrent Group, a Canadian private business which implements renewable energy projects, building a better environment in the America's since 1981. www.suncurrent.ca
SOURCE: Suncurrent GroupFor further information:
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