Bioenergy News for January 2011
Agave, often used in alcoholic drinks and fibres, could be a potential bioenergy crop, according to researchers.
27 January, 2011
Solar has taken the lead in the UK renewable energy market as a result of favourable feed-in tariffs, according to a new report by technology analyst Greenbang.
17 January, 2011
A hybrid of Miscanthus x giganteus, believed to be a viable feedstock for lignocellulosic biofuel production, could make supply more secure, according to researchers in the USA and Japan.
10 January, 2011
Metso will supply a €15 million biomass combined heat and power (CHP) plant to Oü Helme Energia in Helme, Estonia.
07 January, 2011
Australian airline Quantas and US biomass fuel company Solena could form a £200 million biojet fuel joint venture using waste to produce jet fuel.
06 January, 2011