Bio-energy Contracts

Bio-energy Generation

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Bio-energy is generated from different types of biological processes. A prime example is biomass which is a renewable form of energy that uses organic materials to produce heat, including residual materials from forestry operations, waste matter from agricultural production and animal livestock activities, and by-products of food-processing operations.

Technologies now exist to use this fuel to produce electricity in a manner that often provides clear environmental benefits - while reducing our dependence on non-renewable fuels.

The status of individual contracted electricity supply projects within different IESO procurement programs is now available in the IESO Active Generation Contract List.