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The $21 million project is part of an initiative to renew and transform the forest products industry, building on investments made in 2012 by Resolute, the Ontario Centre for Research and Innovation in the Bio-Economy (CRIBE), and Natural Resources Canada.
“For more than a decade, we have been actively reducing the energy-intensity of our operations and our dependence on fossil fuels,” said Stora Enso CEO Karl-Henrik Sundström.
Pilot center will develop into a new kind of an ecosystem, welcoming companies and research organizations to develop their ideas towards industrial-scale production.
Planned installation would use a 20 MW water electrolysis unit, the largest in Europe, to convert sustainably produced electricity into 3,000 tons of green hydrogen a year.
On March 15th, your opportunity to be part of your industry’s premier technical conference will be over. Don’t miss out. Submit your abstract for PEERS or IBBC before it’s too late.
Nonwood fibers have been used in papermaking for thousands of years yet many people think paper is only made from trees. As environmental concerns continue to rise, mills are looking toward nonwoods as a new market opportunity. Learn why at TAPPI’s 2019 International Bioenergy & Bioproducts Conference (IBBC).
We’re not trying to TRICK you. PEERS really is a TREAT for paper and pulping professionals serious about optimizing their mill operations and achieving their sustainability goals.
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