Montreal, Quebec-based Xebec Adsorption Inc., a provider of clean energy solutions, has been selected by Enbridge Gas Distribution Inc. to be the supplier for the turnkey biogas upgrading system for the City of Toronto’s first renewable natural gas (RNG) facility, located at the Dufferin Solid Waste Management Facility.
Xebec’s upgrading solution provides high performance and reliability along with low operating costs, the company says. Xebec notes it has been making strong inroads into the North American market.
Expected to be completed in 2019, the project will allow the city to reduce fuel costs for its fleet of collection trucks and significantly reduce its carbon footprint, says Xebec.
“Xebec, as a Canadian cleantech company, is proud to be part of this high-profile Canadian project,” comments Kurt Sorschak, president and CEO of Xebec. “Our technology perfectly supports the City of Toronto’s commitment to climate change action goals using renewable energy, which is the cornerstone of the global energy transition. It is gratifying to see our country’s momentum building on climate change initiatives, particularly as it relates to renewable natural gas.”
More on the City of Toronto’s project can be found here.