Occasional Paper 09: NZ Bioenergy mission to Canada post mission review

Author: B Cox, Bioenergy Association, May 2011 - The New Zealand Trade and Enterprise led 'Bioenergy Mission to Canada' undertaken during May 2011, visited people and sites across Canada who were either producing liquid biofuels from wood or were in an advanced stage of commercialising specific technology. The mission included representatives of the New Zealand forestry, wood processing and bioenergy sectors who were actively considering the opportunities for investment in the production of advanced biofuels (biodiesel, bioethanol) from New Zealand’s vast quantities of wood, much of which as harvest or process residues may currently be either wasted or have low value uses.

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