Tag: Cellufuel

Cellufuel to spend next year analyzing market potential for its wood fiber-based fuel

Cellufuel to spend next year analyzing market potential for its wood fiber-based fuel

December 14, 2015 |

In Canada, Cellufuel has brought its pilot plant online in the former Bowater Mersey paper plant in Brooklyn, Nova Scotia, producing what it says is the world’s first carbon neutral fuel using low value wood fiber from a nearby lumberyard. The fuel is meant for heating and transportation use in the local market. Though the […]

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Cellufuel plans to start woodwaste-to-fuel pilot in Nova Scotia by March

Cellufuel plans to start woodwaste-to-fuel pilot in Nova Scotia by March

September 18, 2014 |

In Canada, Cellufuel expects to receive equipment from Europe in January to start building its woodwaste-to-fuel pilot project in Brooklyn, Nova Scotia. The facility should then be up by February or March with plans to develop a commercial-scale facility in the town of Clare once 2,000 hours of operating time at the pilot site works […]

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Cellufuel’s Nova Scotia wood-to-fuels plant to come online in February

Cellufuel’s Nova Scotia wood-to-fuels plant to come online in February

September 19, 2013 |

In Canada, Cellufuel’s demonstration pilot plant to covert wood into biofuel slated for Nova Scotia is set to come online in February after securing a $1.5 million loan from the province. The remaining $2.5 million needed for the facility has already been secured from private investors. The facility expects to produce 1 million liters per […]

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Canada’s Cellufuel to set up biodiesel R&D facilities in former paper mill

Canada’s Cellufuel to set up biodiesel R&D facilities in former paper mill

December 18, 2012 |

In Canada, Cellufuel will set up R&D facilities at the former Bowater paper mill site where it is set to build a demo facility for its biodiesel technology that should produce about 1 million liters per year. The province has invested $500,000 to help set up the demo plant. Nova Scotia Power is also moving […]

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