Canadian Renewable Fuels Association

Biofuels reduce GHG emissions
Cleaner fuel. Cleaner air.

CRFA National Biofuels to Bioeconomy Conference
Take part in shaping the future of Canada’s biofuels & bioeconomy.

With its abundance of natural biomass, Canada is well positioned to be a world leader in the production and development of renewable fuels and sustainable products. The Canadian Renewable Fuels Association is determined to seize this economic opportunity for the benefit of all Canadians – today and well into the future.

26production plants



$5Beconomic contribution

Working toward
a cleaner & richer future
for Canada

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14,000+jobs created

$3.7Bestimate ROI

4.2mTGHG reduction/year

Working toward
a cleaner & richer future
for Canada

View our action plan ›


  • DuPont

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    DuPont is leading the way to enable biofuel companies to more cost-effectively manufacture biofuel 23 from nonfood feedstocks such as switchgrass, wheat straw and corn stover and is now building one of the first large-scale plants for the commercial production of cellulosic ethanol. As the former joint venture DuPont Danisco Cellulosic Ethanol (DDCE), DuPont and Danisco have invested over $100 million towards the advancement of cellulosic ethanol technology in the last decade. Today, DuPont’s cellulosic ethanol business operates within the DuPont Industrial Biosciences business unit.

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