Complete Senergy Systems has grown and evolved in the last few years, working to meet changing opportunities and demands in Eastern Canada and North Eastern USA.
Complete Senergy Systems is a joint venture of GOW Group and Laforge Bioenvironmental. GOW Group is a custom design and metal fabrication company located in Grand Falls, New Brunswick, and Laforge Bioenvironmental is a 1.4 MW digester owner and operator located in the nearby community of St. Andre, New Brunswick. The company provides a range of services related to biogas, and aims to bring together technology, engineering design, technical support to optimize operations, and turn-key project management as needed.
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Your association is now known as the Canadian Biogas Association. We are extending our reach as more biogas opportunities develop across the country. We are excited about this expansion, which will increase awareness of biogas and its benefits, and will strengthen our influence and effectiveness.
Closing the Loop: Primer for Municipalities, Food Processors and Fleets on Fueling Vehicles Using Renewable Natural Gas is our comprehensive new resource, available for download free of charge from our website, thanks to our sponsors – Growing Forward 2, a federal-provincial-territorial initiative, Bullfrog Power, Bio-En Power, and Union Gas. This game-changing fuel is poised to transform our sector in the years to come.
The Canadian Biogas Association is building on its highly successful March 2015 Value of Biogas events with a March 2016 Value of Biogas Conference & Forum in the GTA.
This year, we are issuing a call for abstracts, and we welcome your submission by September 15 to augment the topics in our program. Please visit our event web page for information on how to submit.
The Canadian Biogas Association will be working with technology suppliers and operators to gather pricing data to inform its price review submission to IESO.
The IESO has started the annual price review to determine the FIT and microFIT pricing structure for 2016. The IESO is required to review the prices offered to generators on an annual basis to ensure they receive a reasonable return on investment under the FIT and microFIT Programs. As part of the current price review, the IESO will focus on ensuring ratepayer value, with consideration of global renewable generation cost trends and prior application volumes.
A company that’s developed a way to remove hydrogen sulfide from biogas and turn it into fertilizer is embarking on a $2.4-million demonstration on a local farm with the help of the SD Natural Gas Fund™. Filtering out hydrogen sulfide – a dangerous, explosive and highly poisonous chemical – is an essential process in renewable gas production.
Viessmann Group/BIOFermTM Energy Systems’ high solids anaerobic digestion technology was selected by The City of Edmonton and The University of Alberta for its new Anaerobic Digestion Facility. This technology will help extract energy from the City’s organic waste.
Varennes Mayor Martin Damphousse announced that the SÉMECS board of directors, formed of representatives from each RCM and the private partner, Biogaz EG, implemented a rigorous process to select the technological solution provider. Following a call for tenders, several bids were analyzed, and the final choice was the consortium of CCI BioEnergy Inc. (Ontario) and BTA International GmbH (Germany).More News
September 15-17, Woodstock, Ontario
October 3rd, across Ontario
October 19-22, Boston
October 26-28, Toronto
October 26-28, Omaha
November 30-December 2, Vancouver
March 22-23, 2016