Business Studies Journal (Print ISSN: 1944-656X; Online ISSN: 1944-6578)


Open for bioenergy business? Viewpoints from Native business pioneers on biomass advancement possible in Canada

Author(s): Looy Janes

Canada is one of the world's main five energy makers and, inside Canada's energy area; the bioenergy economy is quickly growing. This examination was led to recognize apparent dangers, hindrances, advantages, and open doors connecting with the improvement of biomass energy by Native business pioneers and additionally their networks. Eighteen Native business pioneers from ranger service, energy, and associated regular asset areas were evaluated to comprehend their viewpoints on bioenergy. Results remembered that perspectives for bioenergy practicality contrasted between business pioneers in northern versus southern Canada. There was no understanding among business pioneers as to dangers and advantages (unbiased, positive, negative) for Native organizations and networks taking part in bioenergy drives. Large numbers of the advantages of bioenergy were connected by members to open doors for expanding local area confidence and expanding connectedness to Canadian standard financial and administration frameworks. Native drove strategy mediations are particularly significant in new ventures like bioenergy in the boreal where Native conventional regions, networks and organizations converge and hence are probably going to be affected by new turns of events and associations.

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