Primary Technology Area: Future Fuels

  • Swan Hills Co-Produced Geothermal Natural Gas Hybrid Project

    Razor Energy Corp. will develop a first-of-its-kind geothermal and natural gas hybrid power project in Alberta. In partnership with FutEra Power, the project will produce 21 megawatts of electricity that will be grid connected. Razor currently operates an enhanced oil recovery operation in Swan Hills, which allows it access to an underground reservoir, bringing hot […]

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  • Corrosion inspection robot and advanced analytics software for industrial applications

  • Project Wheatland

    Carbon Clean Energy Inc. (CCE) is the lead developer of a $285 million wheat-based biofuels facility to be constructed near Strathmore, Alberta. The facility is designed to produce 160 million litres of denatured ethanol for fuel blending, 1.76 mmBtu of biogas and 12 MWh of green power generation annually. CCE holds the exclusive North American […]

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  • Geomechanical Pumped Storage

  • Eavor-Loop Demonstration Project

    Eavor Technologies Inc. has developed the world’s first closed loop geothermal system in a demonstration project “Eavor-Lite” near Rocky Mountain House, Alberta. The technology uses existing oil and gas drilling technology and expertise to build a deep subsurface heat exchanger, or radiator, to collect heat from below the earth’s surface. The technology is scalable as […]

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  • Invigor Bioenergy – Technology Upgrade

    Deployment of a retrofit of the former Kyoto Biofuels facility in Lethbridge, Alberta with a technology suite that will allow the plant to process local agricultural waste and other lower-quality waste feedstocks into a low-GHG biodiesel and crude glycerin.

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  • Alberta Zero Emission Hydrogen Transit (AZEHT)

    The Alberta Zero Emission Hydrogen Transit (AZEHT) project will demonstrate two hydrogen fuel cell electric buses (FCEB) to be used in road trials shared by the municipalities of Edmonton, Strathcona County, with the active participation of Calgary, and Banff/Bow Valley. The AZEHT project will give Alberta municipalities hands-on experience with the FCEB technology and position […]

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  • Lehigh Edmonton Alternative Low Carbon Fuel Project

    Lehigh Hanson (Lehigh) operates a portland cement manufacturing plant in Edmonton. Lehigh currently uses coal and natural gas to fire a rotary kiln at the Edmonton plant to convert limestone, clay, and other minerals into clinker, the precursor to portland cement. Portland cement is used to make concrete, the most common building material in the […]

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  • Linde LNG Low Carbon Fuels Demonstration Project

    This demonstration project will deliver LNG to Alberta customers with a wells to wheels carbon intensity of under 62 g CO2 e/MJ in comparison to diesel fuel with a Canadian average carbon intensity of 100 g CO2e/MJ. The project is aligned with the objectives of the new Canadian Clean Fuel Standard and reduced carbon taxes […]

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  • Canyon Creek Pumped Hydro Energy Storage Project

    Although pumped hydro energy storage is a well-established technology globally, Canyon Creek will be the first of its kind in Western Canada. Its planned 75 MW capacity and up to 37 hours of storage time will make available to the grid operator a flexible, responsive, and real time tool to help balance the intermittent supply […]

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