Manitoba's Biomass Fuel: Protecting our environment and saving us money
Biomass is a viable, abundant and environmentally sound source of renewable energy in Manitoba. It can provide a great host of environmental and economic benefits.
As the province looks to expand its growing renewable energy portfolio, the Government of Manitoba needs to play a crucial role to enable bioenergy markets in the province, so that Manitobans can enjoy those benefits.
In this policy brief, we explain the benefits of using biomass as fuel in Manitoba and how we can make it happen.
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