Bioenergy News for May 2010
The world will install 107 GW of green power by 2035, up from 44 GW in 2007.
27 May, 2010
ENER-G’s Hungarian subsidiary has designed and built a €2.6 million wastewater biogas centre at the Budapest wastewater treatment plant in Csepel.
25 May, 2010
DP CleanTech has signed a contract with the Chant Group for the delivery of a co-generation biomass combined heat and power (CHP) plant to Heilongjiang province, China.
24 May, 2010
Sheffield City Council, UK, is to conduct a demonstration running light vans and other council vehicles on biomethane with infrastructure supplied by Chesterfield BioGas.
22 May, 2010
An immediate ban on further support payments under the German incentive scheme for solar heating, biomass and heat pump installations has been ordered by the German Ministry for Environmental Affairs.
18 May, 2010
Ecofys has assessed the sustainability of bioenergy sources for Vattenfall Europe.
18 May, 2010
Bioenergy passed oil as the biggest energy source in Sweden in 2009 in final energy use.
17 May, 2010
Farmgen has put together a consortium of UK-based firms to deliver an anaerobic digestion bioenergy programme in Lancashire, UK.
14 May, 2010
Enerkem has received funding from Alberta Energy for its waste-to-energy biofuel facility Enerkem GreenField Alberta Biofuels (EGAB) in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
13 May, 2010
The Johannes Linneborn Prize for achievements in biomass development has been awarded to Kyriakos Mniatis, Principal Administrator, Directorate General for Energy, European Commission.
06 May, 2010