P.E.I.'s new forestry commission lists 5 ways to modernize how wood becomes energy

(Robert Jones/CBC News)

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P.E.I.'s six-month-old forestry commission has released its recommendations on the province's biomass sector, which turns plant material including waste wood and wood chips into energy.

The 13-member commission chaired by Jean-Paul Arsenault was appointed by Environment, Energy and Climate Action Minister Steven Myers in late January. The goal was to help with developing a forest recovery plan and a new forest policy for the province, 16 years after the policy was last updated.


Source: CBC News


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