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Cleantech Outlook 2019: “Important Year” Ahead

While 2018 was a challenge for cleantech with political headwinds in the US and Canada, 2019 is poised to redefine the Canadian sector thanks to upcoming provincial and federal elections.

In Canada, one of the key news stories that dominated the cleantech sector in 2018 was the Ontario election and the subsequent actions of the government. A second major news story was wind energy showing cost competitiveness.

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Cleantech Trends 2018: Wind Energy and EVs in Focus

With 2018 coming to a close, the Investing News Network (INN) is taking a look back at the cleantech sector — an industry that was thrown into the spotlight by politicians and one that promises to make waves in 2019 and beyond.

In the US, companies have been trying to find ways to offset headwinds from the Trump administration, while in Canada the industry is recovering from setbacks caused by the Ontario government.

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Bion Issues Technology Update: Recent Testing Confirms Substantially Reduced Costs

Bion Environmental Technologies, Inc. (OTCQB:BNET), a developer of advanced livestock waste treatment technology that reduces nutrient, greenhouse gas and pathogen impacts while producing high-value coproducts, such as renewable natural gas and fertilizers, today gave an update on its third-generation technology.

Dominic Bassani, Bion’s CEO, stated, “Independent testing related to Bion’s proprietary (patent-pending) ammonia recovery system confirms progress in significantly reducing both capital and operating costs for our third-generation (3G) technology, while continuing to conform to OMRI [Organic Materials Review Institute] standards. We are preparing our initial OMRI application, which will begin the process to certify our produced liquid ammonia for use in organic production; we expect to file this initial application soon.”

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