Company eyes Kirkland Lake as base to convert forest waste to green natural gas

CHAR Technologies plant in London, Ont. (Company photo)


An abundance of biomass and the potential to land major industrial customers is a drawing card for a Toronto clean-tech and green energy company to consider setting up shop in Kirkland Lake.

CHAR Technologies is out to make its mark by building a network of biomass-to-energy plants across North America. Their growth is centred on a high-temperature pyrolysis process that takes woody material and organic waste and converts it into a renewable natural gas (RNG) and biocoal products.


Source: Northern Ontario Business


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