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Future of Biofuels 2021

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Biogas PowerON 2021

By Margaret Filipiak Recently implemented European regulations aim at making Europe carbon neutral until 2050. A vital component for reaching the 2050 goal is to promote green energy across all the industries. Gases like biomethane, bio-LNG, bio-CNG and syngas have increased potential for becoming the main drivers for greener future. Thus, this year we would…

Bioenergy has a unique role to play in global decarbonization

By Ryan McGuine Biomass — the collective name for renewable materials derived from living organisms, including crops and agricultural residues, by-products from wood-processing industries like paper and construction, and gas from landfills and water treatment plants — is the oldest source of energy harnessed by humans. The history of energy transitions has been one of…

Carbon-neutral ‘biofuel’ from lakes

Lakes store huge amounts of methane. In a new study, environmental scientists offer suggestions for how it can be extracted and used as an energy source in the form of methanol. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Renewable Energy News — ScienceDaily

Wind farm pioneers system to protect birds in South Africa

By Elizabeth Ingram In South Africa, BioTherm Energy’s Excelsior Wind farm is collaborating with conservation organizations to minimize the wind industry’s impact on local bird populations (avifauna). The 33-MW Excelsior Wind farm is constructed on 2,300 hectares in Swellendam, an area known as one of the largest agricultural-producing areas in the country and home to…

Genie Solar Energy installs 572 kW of rooftop solar for COVID testing equipment manufacturer

By Kelsey Misbrener Genie Solar Energy, a developer, designer and installer of commercial solar systems, has completed two rooftop solar installations totaling 572 kW in New Hampshire for INTEGRA Biosciences, a developer and manufacturer of medical pipettes and other liquid handling and media preparation applications including devices for COVID-19 testing. “These solar installations on our…

RES 100MW solar farm approved after years-long fight with locals

By James Fernyhough IPC approves solar farm, despite hundreds of complaints from locals who argued it would ruin scenery, waste good farming land, and damage biodiversity. The post RES 100MW solar farm approved after years-long fight with locals appeared first on RenewEconomy. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Renew Economy

Shell: Europe’s biggest oil firm sets out carbon neutral plans

By Charley Rattan Shell and the route to net zero. Shell wants to expand its renewables, biofuels, and hydrogen businesses as it comes under increasing pressure from investors and creditors.In particular, it is shifting its long-term focus from oil and gas to selling renewable energy, partly by taking stakes in renewable energy projects.Shell will use…

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