Is this the world’s cleanest pellet plant?

Skeena BioEnergy’s $20 million facility on the west side of Skeena Sawmills is aiming to establish itself as a green energy alternative. (Brittany Gervais/Terrace Standard)

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Terrace’s new pellet plant is attracting international attention as the transition continues from fossil fuel dependence to more sustainable energy sources.

Skeena BioEnergy’s $20 million facility on the west side of Skeena Sawmills is aiming to establish itself as a green energy alternative, using the most modern machinery to minimize emissions and safety risks.

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Source: Terrace Standard

 

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