We are an Aboriginal-owned company specializing in biomass heating technology for commercial, industrial, institutional, and community usage.
Together with BFI FALMEC, we develop and manufacture innovative and proven products in biomass energy using European knowledge and technology.
We have over 26 years of experience in the design and manufacture of biomass industrial boilers and cogeneration plants with over 141 employees in Canada.
Manufacturing in alma, quÉbec and soon yellowknife, nwt
WHO IS ENERGY NORTH Canadian Manufactured Products MISSION
We are committed to increasing the use of biomass systems for heat and electricity in North American industries and businesses and promoting self-sustaining communities based on a proper stewardship of land and resources
We aim to deliver efficient, well-proven and innovative biomass boilers and cogeneration plants that are proudly manufactured in Canada for our clients.
ENERGY NORTH CERTIFICATIONS Our certified products are tested under the most stringent North American standards and respect all American and Canadian regulations.
Wood as fuel contributes to our regional economy and creates jobs.
Wood is a CO2 neutral source of sustainable energy.
Wood is a local staple and can be harvested with minimal energy input.
Modern wood heating systems burn very clean and meet better emission levels than fossil fuel burners.
Biomass fuel dollars stay in the local economy instead of going to other states or foreign countries.
Certain forms of biomass are considered waste products; burning them for energy can reduce disposal costs and free up valuable landfill space.
PELLETS IN CANADA Canadian Wood Pellet Plant Locations Canada’s 30 Wood Pellet Plants 1,300,000 tons produced in 2010 ENERGY NORTH
GOVERNMENT COMMITMENT MAKES A DIFFERENCE China– 15% of total primary energy from renewables by 2020. Denmark– 13% of primary energy from wind, solar, and biomass by 2005, 35% by 2030. European Union –21% of all electricity from renewable sources by 2010. Germany – 12.5% of total energy supply from renewables by 2010. United Kingdom–10% of total energy supply from renewables by 2010. Japan – 3% of its energy supply from renewables by 2010. ENERGY NORTH