Bioenergy News for April 2009
The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has released a list of the USA’s top green power purchasers.
28 April, 2009
A research programme at the US Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) is looking into biofuel for US military jets.
27 April, 2009
King County, Puget Sound Energy (PSE) and Bio Energy-Washington, a company specialising in building landfill gas-to-energy systems, are joining forces to produce green energy from landfill gas.
24 April, 2009
Renewable Energy Focus has now joined the twitter network...
19 April, 2009
Researchers at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) in the USA are accelerating efforts to identify and characterise the most promising strains of algae for fuel production. The work has resumed more than a decade after its original algae fuels programme was curtailed because the algae fuels were considered too costly to compete with petroleum.
17 April, 2009
Keppel Seghers has secured a US$518 million contract to build combined heat and power/energy from waste (CHP/EFW) facilities, as part of one of the largest waste and renewable energy projects in the UK.
14 April, 2009
The Hydrogen Education Foundation, part of the National Hydrogen Association, has announced the winners of the 2008-09 Hydrogen Student Design Contest.
13 April, 2009
Electricity supply from renewable energies including wind and hydro in the UK rose by 11.7%, or 2.2 TWh, to 20.7 TWh in 2008.
07 April, 2009
Magellan Midstream Partners has signed a joint development agreement with POET to continue assessing the feasibility of constructing a dedicated ethanol pipeline.
02 April, 2009
Enerkem Inc plans to build and operate a second-generation biofuels production facility located in Pontotoc, Mississippi, USA, recycling and converting 60% of the Three Rivers region’s waste material.
02 April, 2009