Northhumberland News The Independent by Jeanne Beneteau - PORT HOPE -- Residents recently had an opportunity to learn more about a proposed energy-from-waste facility planned for Port Hope. article id #146426 Read more
A leading-edge facility creating several hundred construction jobs and permanent employment for up to 75 will be the subject of an open house in Port Hope Wednesday, Jan. 13. A renewable energy company plans to turn 23 acres of rural property into the new facility. article id # 2255279 Read more
The announcement about an energy-from-waste conversion plant planned for Wesleyville is certainly welcome news for the Port Hope community.
In the current less-than-stellar manufacturing environment and with growing concerns over what to do with the ever-expanding mountains of garbage we produce every day, a technology that boasts a 98 per cent diversion rate for municipal waste is good news for the environment. According to Renewable Energy Management Inc. (REM), the project's proponent, the plant will use advanced technology to convert waste into a synthetic gas, largely methane, which is burned in a standard steam boiler to produce energy, while excess heat is used to dry the next batch of waste. The resulting ash is clean and can be sold as a construction material, which could render landfills unnecessary. Read more
Northhumberland News The Independent By: Jennifer O'Meara article 140548 PORT HOPE -- A new company is planning to build a low-temperature energy-from-waste conversion facility in rural Port Hope, and is already moving ahead with the project.
Renewable Energy Management Inc. (REM) has purchased a 23-acre site on Wesleyville Road, south of Mail Road. The company has recently begun the provincial approval process for the facility. Read more
Renewable Energy Facility proposed for Port Hope
There is a significant difference between Incineration and Advanced Conversion Technology (ACT) of waste when it comes to the state-of-the-art technology that Renewable Energy Management Inc. (REM) is bringing to Port Hope. Read more
November 17, 2009 Northhumberland Today.com
Energy From Waste Plant Goes Ahead at Wesleyville Produces energy and jobs Posted By Valerie MacDonald Article ID# 2180018
NORTHUMBERLAND — A Pickering-based company announced at yesterday's Northumberland Manufacturing Association conference it has purchased a Wesleyville-area property and begun the environmental assessment project to construct a energy-from-waste plant creating construction and manufacturing jobs, plus 70 plant operation jobs. Read more
October 15, 2009 Renewable Energy Announces Their New Corporate Offices in the Region of Durham Pickering, Ontario
Canadian energy developer Renewable Energy Management Inc. (REM) announced today the move to their new Corporate Head Office in Pickering.
The move is in response to the growth and development of their business within North America. The corporate office is ideally situated to manage their first two project sites in Ontario – just east and west of Toronto. Travel time to and from Pearson International Airport to support their international business projects is only 40 minutes and Durham Region is Ontario’s Energy Capital as well as one of the leading energy clusters in North America. Read more
August 19,2009 RENEWABLE ENERGY Announces Acquisition of 23 Acres for new Development at Port Hope, Wesleyville Road.
Clarington Ontario - Canadian energy developer Renewable Energy Management Inc. (REM) announced today that it acquired exclusive rights to a 23 acre site on the west side of Wesleyville Road in the Town of Port Hope, for the development of a waste management, renewable energy facility. The facility when placed into operation will provide thermal energy that can be utilized by neighboring facilities building and process heat requirements as well as generated electricity sold through the local grid. Read more
June 18, 2009 RENEWABLE ENERGY – Announces US$10 Million Acquisition for Intellectual Property License with ENTECH for USA
Clarington Ontario - Canadian energy developer Renewable Energy Management Inc. (REM) announced today that it acquired the ENTECH ™ intellectual properties license for the United States. Read more
February 16, 2009 RENEWABLE ENERGY – Announces Acquisition for Intellectual Property License with ENTECH for the Caribbean
Clarington Ontario - Canadian energy developer Renewable Energy Management Inc. (REM) announced today that it acquired the ENTECH ™ intellectual properties license for the Caribbean Territories.
REM’s Managing Director, Stan Kinsman indicated, "There is a dire need for effective waste reduction and renewable energy throughout the Caribbean" Read more
December 8, 2008 RENEWABLE ENERGY announces a US$5 Million Acquisition for Intellectual Property License with ENTECH
Clarington Ontario Canadian - energy developer Renewable Energy Management Inc. (REM) announced today that it acquired the ENTECH TM intellectual properties license for all of Canada. ENTECH Renewable Energy Solutions PTY Ltd. is a global leader in providing the most advanced and proven conversion technologies available. Read more