Renewable Industries Canada

Renewable Fuels and Products
Driving the Growth of
Canada’s Low Carbon Economy

The bioeconomy is driving the growth of Canada’s low carbon economy.

Renewable Industries Canada represents the leaders of our nation’s bioeconomy – producers of renewable fuels and value added products that reduce GHG emissions and provide economic opportunity to the benefit of all Canadians.

26production plants



$5Beconomic contribution

Working toward
a cleaner & richer future
for Canada

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14,000+jobs created

$3.7Bestimate ROI

4.2mTGHG reduction/year

Working toward
a cleaner & richer future
for Canada

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  • Greenfield Global

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    Greenfield Global

    Greenfield Global is the leading specialty alcohols producer in Canada, with a focus on corn-based bulk industrial alcohol, packaged alcohol and fuel ethanol, as well as associated agricultural co-products. The Company has a leading market share of industrial alcohol and is also the largest ethanol producer in Canada, with an export business in grain neutral spirits. The Company also manufactures and sells co-products of the alcohol production process, including Dried Distillers Grains with Solubles (DDGS), Wet Distillers Grains (WDG), corn oil, and carbon dioxide (CO2).

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    Statement in response to Canada’s Ecofiscal Commission’s report, Supporting Carbon Pricing

    OTTAWA – The Ecofiscal Commission’s latest report focuses on the issue of carbon pricing. As with Ecofiscal’s earlier reports, it uses flawed analysis to arrive at ill-conceived recommendations – this time questioning both the federal Clean Fuel Standard (CFS), that is currently under development, and the role of biofuels in reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions...

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