A Williams Lake forester is urging the business community and local politicians to lobby the provincial government, B.C. Hydro and the B.C. Utilities Commission to make it more affordable for companies to retrieve biomass fuel from the forest.
Speaking to the Williams Lake and District Chamber of Commerce at its regular lunch meeting Thursday, Tsi Del Del Enterprises manager Philippe Theriault told members the move comes as Atlantic Power Corporation has been granted an amended permit to burn up to 50 per cent rail ties at its biomass-fired generating facility in Williams Lake. read more >>