Alberta boosts cash for bioenergy producers

Alberta is increasing the cash incentives for producers of ethanol, methane gas and electricity generated from waste, with an eye toward becoming Canada’s bioenergy leader.
The $239-million program, announced Tuesday, offers a credit of 14 cents a litre to producers of bioenergy products, while those generating electricity from biofuels will get six cents a kilowatt hour.

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