REN Power has obtained approval from the Regional District of Kootenay Boundary in British Columbia, Canada for the event of its Renewable Pure Fuel (RNG) facility in Fruitvale.
“We’re grateful for the unimaginable assist of Ali Grieve on the Regional District, Steve Morissette, mayor of Fruitvale and MLA, Katrine Conroy,” stated Phil Viggiani, CEO of REN Power. “We stay up for breaking floor in early spring of 2023.”
REN Power shall be constructing a manufacturing facility that can create RNG produced from wooden waste. This revolutionary venture includes a distinctive mixture of current know-how getting used for the primary time in North America and can scale back emissions from British Columbia’s expansive forestry sector.
“Our Regional District believes this clean-energy venture is a win for our neighborhood by bringing in new jobs and rising income for the Beaver Valley,” stated Ali Grieve, director, Kootenay Boundary Regional District. “We’re supporting a cleaner future by bettering environmental outcomes with this new know-how.”
“Fruitvale may be very excited in regards to the alternative for dozens of native well-paying jobs and absolutely helps this venture because it strikes ahead,” stated Steve Morissette, mayor of Fruitvale.
“The RNG facility will dovetail properly with Fruitvale’s dedication to 100% renewable power by 2050 and Fruitvale shall be able to assist the workforce with housing and childcare inside 24 months”.
As soon as operational, important new volumes of RNG shall be bought by FortisBC, a number one power utility within the province, and injected into its fuel system to be used by its prospects.
By 2030, REN Power plans to be the one largest provider of RNG to FortisBC and is anticipated to vastly help in offering the RNG volumes wanted to fulfill the province’s CleanBC RNG mandate.