In many northern communities, opportunities for employment and economic growth can be hard to come by. Yet, with the introduction of bioenergy initiatives, the potential for cultivating self-sustaining micro-economies becomes a reality. Biofuels, often sourced from local timber waste materials or underutilized species, form the core of this growth.
The shift towards bioenergy production brings jobs and business opportunities across various sectors: from feedstock acquisition and transportation, to processing, storage, and delivery. More than simply creating jobs, these are sustainable, ongoing operations fostering ecologically balanced growth. Money typically spent on importing fossil fuels is now invested within the community, bolstering the local economy and promoting autonomy.
With First Nation community partners, Commercial Bioenergy is creating Bio-Utilities, which will be solely owned over time by the First Nation. This bio-utility will structure the biomass micro-economy and create local jobs needed to operate and service the Biomass thermal plants. This will create jobs such as equipment technicians, feedstock managers, transportation, and administrative roles. Money previously spent on fossil fuels from outside the community now brings local economic benefits.
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