Introducing the new REAP-Canada BioHeat DVD Seminar Series!
These DVD’s record the proceedings of the BioHeat: A GROWING AGRI-ENERGY OPPORTUNITY seminar held Thursday Jan 25th, 2007 in conjunction with the Guelph Organic Conference.
It is an excellent introduction for farmers, energy consumers, researchers and bio-energy project developers on the emerging “BioHeat” Industry
DVD1: Biomass Resource Options & Environmental Issues
•Roger Samson of REAP-Canada - “BioHeat 101”: Optimizing warm-season grass production for BioHeat
•Claudia Ho Lem and Stephanie Bailey of REAP-Canada – “Biodiversity and water quality benefits of perennial grasses and BioHeat potential to mitigate GHG emissions”
DVD2: Economics, Combustion & Densification
•Tom Adams of Energy Probe - “Can Renewables Score Goals with Energy Consumers? The economics’ of switching from conventional heating and BioHeat vs. fossil fuels in the Canadian economy”
•Fernando Preto of NRCAN – “Combustion technologies for residential and commercial heating and densification processes, pellet processing costs and processing of agri-fibre fuels”
•Don Nott of Nott Farms and the Greenhouse Panel including Jack Greydanus and Ken Tigchelaar - “Farmers experience with the emerging BioHeat industry”
DVD’s are now available for sale at www.reap-canada.com/store.htm