Prairie Green Renewable Energy set to break ground in Spring 2018

August 3, 2017 |

In Canada, after 10 years of development, the Prairie Green Renewable Energy (PGRE) plant in Saskatchewan is finally set to break ground in the spring with an 18-24 month construction period. Long term financing is being finalized now and most permits have been secured. The 196 million liter per year facility will consume 25 million bushels annually of barley and five million bushels of peas for feedstock. Other crops can also be used if needed, according to the plant’s design.

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