Tagged Biofuel

John Laing value added

By Robin Lancaster Environmental infrastructure fund diversifies portfolio in 2017 including bio Read Full Article Here For more great articles: reNEWS – Renewable Energy News

Swytch tests new blockchain renewable energy pilot program

By Michelle Froese Swytch, a blockchain-based clean energy incentive, and the Germany-based Energy2market GmbH (e2m), a provider of aggregated energy trading throughout Europe, announced a pilot program, which includes roughly 3.5 GW of wind, solar, hydro, and biogas energy capacity in Germany — which is enough to power over 500,000 homes. Swytch is a blockchain-based…

ENGIE acquires France’s LANGA Group

By Amy Stankiewicz The acquisition of LANGA Group will allow ENGIE to intensify its development in renewable energies in France, the company states, adding that it aims to develop nearly 3 GW of wind and nearly 2.2 GW of solar by 2021. French wind and solar energy company ENGIE has acquired LANGA Group, a renewable-energy…

Canada set to join International Renewable Energy Agency

By Amy Stankiewicz In addition to plentiful hydro resources, Canada also has significant wind, biomass, solar, marine, and geothermal energy potential. For example, wind currently accounts for 5% of electricity generation in Canada. Canada is set to become a member of the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA). Speaking on behalf of the Canadian Government, Parliamentary…

Lawsuits Seek to Restore Federal Protections for Migratory Birds #USA

By National Wind Watch For Immediate Release, May 24, 2018 Contact: Steve Holmer, American Bird Conservancy, (202) 888-7490, [email protected] Noah Greenwald, Center for Biological Diversity, (971) 484-7495, [email protected] Gwen Dobbs, Defenders of Wildlife, (202) 772-0269, [email protected] Jim Murphy, National Wildlife Federation, (802) 595-5268, [email protected] Lisa Hardaway, National Audubon Society, (212) 979-3000, [email protected] Josh Mogerman, Natural…

The Pros & Cons Of Bio-Fuels

By Andy Miles The burning of any fuel will produce CO2, but also possibly pollution in the form of particulates, nitrogen oxides, sulphur dioxide, and carbon monoxide, although the extent of these depends on the nature of the particular fuel and the efficiency with which the fuel is burnt Read Full Article Here For more…

Drax pilots bio CCS

By Robin Lancaster Partnership with C-Capture will initially assess feasibility of process Read Full Article Here For more great articles: reNEWS – Renewable Energy News

Fulcrum Bioenergy breaks ground on Phase 2 of Sierra Biofuels plant; 1st garbage-to-fuels project

By mmillikin Fulcrum BioEnergy, Inc. has started site construction for Phase 2 of its first waste-to-fuels project, the Sierra BioFuels Plant (Sierra). Sierra will be the nation’s first commercial-scale plant converting a municipal solid waste (MSW) feedstock—i.e., household garbage that would otherwise be landfilled—into a low-carbon, renewable transportation fuel product. We’ve spent ten years developing,…

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