Thermal Energy International provides the optimal solution for pulp and paper companies looking to fight climate change and earn a high return on investment. In fact, our largest projects to date (including our $11 million project with Resolute FP) have been in the pulp and paper sector. So we sent Antoine Hofer, our Technical Sales Director for Quebec and Eastern Canada, to International Pulp Week in Vancouver to meet with the world’s leading producers of market pulp, and tell them about our amazing steam and heat recovery technologies that save mills millions in energy costs every year.
International Pulp Week 2018 is a 3-day conference (May 6 - 8) organized by the Pulp and Products Council (PPPC). The event at the Hyatt Regency Hotel Vancouver brings together the global pulp and forestry sector community, providing a home-base for the industry’s senior executives. In addition to multiple half-days of conferences and group discussions, it also includes networking sessions, and the final day is reserved for private meetings and further networking.
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Our team was at Discovery 2018 in Toronto the past two days. Hosted by Ontario Centres of Excellence (OCE), Discovery is Canada's leading conference on innovation, showcasing leading-edge technologies, best practices and research from sectors such as health, manufacturing, digital media and cleantech.
The OCE invited us to take part in their special showcase of Green House Gas (GHG) reduction projects and technologies, highlighting the example of our recent Resolute Thunder Bay Heat Recovery Project, which was funded under OCE’s TargetGHG program.
It was a busy couple of days and the conference was very well attended. We enjoyed the opportunity to discuss our award winning energy efficiency technologies and how they substantially reduce GHG while saving industries up to 30% in energy costs.