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A potential game-changer in emissions reduction: All About Biogas Series, Article #3

The first two articles in this series explored the market and regulations around biogas in Canada, and provided an overview of biogas technology. In this article we’ll look more closely at the environmental benefits of biogas from both a local and a global perspective, as well as how we can reduce some of the environmental [...]
Biogas Plan - Article 2

The history and technology of biogas: All About Biogas, Article #2

In the first article in this series, we looked at the biogas industry and the regulatory environment in a number of Canada’s provinces. We will now look more closely at biogas technologies themselves, to better understand the promise and the limitations of biogas and its use in generating electricity, heat, and renewable natural gas (RNG). [...]
Biogas Article Series 1

The fuel to combat global climate change: All About Biogas Series, Article #1

By Rob Stein, Skyline Energy Hopes of a “green recovery” to pull the global economy out of its current pandemic-induced slump are on the minds of many governments around the world. In fact, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) now hosts a Green Recovery database that outlines hundreds of “environmentally positive recovery measures” [...]

Myth-Busting Biogas: Common Misconceptions

Biogas is one of the most promising forms of clean energy production in the battle against climate change, but it can be prone to some misconceptions. We’re breaking down some of the common myths around biogas and why they are false. Myth #1: Biogas is a new clean energy technology. The process of using organic [...]

Skyline Clean Energy Fund Purchases Biogas Facility

[Guelph, ON – August 24, 2021] On August 24, 2021, Skyline Clean Energy Fund (the “Fund”) purchased its first biogas clean energy asset. The 2.85 MW/DC1 biogas facility, located in Elmira, Ontario, was originally developed and built by Woolwich Bio-En Inc. (WBEI). Skyline Clean Energy Fund purchased an 80% stake in the facility for $43.2M. [...]