Innovative biodiesel plant set for northern Alberta

Edmonton Journal: Northern Alberta is likely to be the site of an innovative plant which will turn non-food-grade canola, and an easy to grow plant called pennycress, into high quality biodiesel. Alberta’s new green fuel standards call for all diesel sold in the province to contain two per cent biodiesel by next year. But Alberta, which doesn’t produce any that is suitable for cold weather, will have to import the product. And across the country, only 10 per cent of the demand will be filled by current Canadian......

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