1 million tonnes annually of Greenhouse Gas Emissions off the road by 2026.
At Canary, our vision is to reduce carbon emissions at scale through the sustainable production of biofuels and related co-products. Backed by experience and expertise in energy, agriculture and engineering, and driven by the innovative energy of a start-up, Canary is paving the way toward a sustainable future by taking an intelligent approach to decarbonization.
Energy and Agriculture:
A perfect match
Biofuel production is the science of making our waste work for us in reducing greenhouse gas emissions. With facilities located strategically close to feedstock producers, Canary is growing opportunities for biofuel production and the agriculture industry on the path to decarbonization.
We make net-zero
possible and profitable.
In 2021, Canary became the first Generation 2 biodiesel producer in Alberta when its Lethbridge County facility began operations. We now have a second facility in Stockton, California with additional capabilities to convert locally-sourced agriculture like inedible animal fats and used cooking oil that would otherwise go unused into biodiesel and glycerin.
The result? A positive impact on both the environment and the economy, right across North America.
Investing in Canary
Growing global demand for biofuel is set to rise significantly over the next ten years, as is the demand for carbon credits, and we are well positioned to deliver meaningful growth in the industry. Our technically focused, hands-on management team with a track record of value creation offers a consistent approach with an unrelenting focus on cost-efficiency and operational excellence. Canary is the intelligent choice for those looking to diversify traditional investments in ways that are possible and profitable.
Transformation on this scale requires strong partnerships and productive relationships, coupled with the most rigorous governance. Together with regulators in Canada and the US, we will lead the path toward net zero with careful and considered adherence to all relevant regulatory measures.
The government of Alberta on July 27 announced C$4.7 million in support for Canary Biofuels’ 70 MMly (18.49 MMgy) biorefinery that will convert agriculture waste, inedible animal fats and used cooking oil into biodiesel and glycerin.
The Technology Innovation and Emissions Reduction (TIER) fund is supporting a new facility in southern Alberta that will create jobs and cut emissions by transforming agricultural waste.
The Alberta government announced $4.7 million in funding for a new Lethbridge County facility that will turn agricultural waste, inedible animal fats and used cooking oil into biodiesel fuel and glycerin.