Sarnia company gets federal money for biodiesel technology

A company with a presence in the University of Western Ontario Business Park, Sarnia campus, has been awarded $1.6 million by the federal government to continue a biodiesel technology project.

The money to Azule Fuel Inc was part of a $53 million infusion by the Harper government for clean energy projects in Ontario
The investment, through Sustainable Development Technology Canada, is to promote clean technology in various sectors, including agriculture, transportation, mining and energy.
The company is trying to raise equity to build a biodiesel fuel production plant in Sarnia.

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