Tagged Biofuel

Study evaluates biodiversity impacts of alternative energy strategies

Climate change mitigation efforts have led to shifts from fossil-fuel dependence to large-scale renewable energy. However, renewable energy sources require significant land and could come at a cost to ecosystems. A new study evaluates potential conflicts between alternative energy strategies and biodiversity conservation. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Renewable Energy News —…

Bechtel working with Drax to build biomass plants with carbon capture & storage

By Renewable Energy World Power plant engineering and construction giant Bechtel is partnering with a renewable energies company to explore the potential of bioenergy production sites combined with carbon capture and storage. The EPC firm announced its strategic agreement with Drax to create Bioenergy with Carbon Capture and Storage (BECCS) plants around the world. The…

Wastewater biogas to lead NSW “renewable gas” certification scheme

By Michael Mazengarb Some NSW households will be offered the chance to opt-in to buying renewable gas, in a new pilot certification scheme launched by the NSW government. The post Wastewater biogas to lead NSW “renewable gas” certification scheme appeared first on RenewEconomy. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Renew Economy

Reversing Climate Change – Future Foundation

By John Benson As we slowly emerge from the pandemic, one of the positive things we have demonstrated is how far humanity will go to preserve human life. We could have allowed the virus to run its course, and several tens of millions human deaths and a decade or two later we would have reached…

Koehler converts German CHP plant from coal to biomass

By Renewable Energy World The Koehler Group has announced plans to fully convert its power plant at its Oberkirch location in Germany to a combined heat and power plant using biomass as a fuel. At its Oberkirch location, Koehler operates three paper machines, including the associated auxiliary systems. The paper processing and drying processes require…

California clean fuel standard sparks renewable gas boom in Midwest

By Frank Jossi Twenty years ago, Holsum Dairies installed the first anaerobic digester in Wisconsin. Part of a combined heat and power system, the digester mixed cow manure with heat and bacteria to produce biogas that fueled a generator. It was a novel experiment at the time. The digester, and another the dairy installed a…

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