Bioenergy News for October 2011
The European Investment Bank (EIB) will lend PLN210 million (€53m) for the construction and operation of a biomass boiler at Jaworzno III Power Plant in Poland.
28 October, 2011
ZeaChem Inc has raised US$19 million in Series C financing to advance commercial production of its biorefinery solutions.
27 October, 2011
Abengoa is building a US$120 million bioethanol plant in Paysandú, Uruguay for Alcoholes de Uruguay (ALUR).
24 October, 2011
US-based fuel cell manufacturer IdaTech has announced the availability of bio-HydroPlus renewable fuel. This mixture of bio-methanol and deionized water can be used to power IdaTech fuel cell products for telecommunications and other critical backup power applications.
20 October, 2011
An estimated €5.6 billion is invested annually in building, expanding, modernising and maintaining waste-incineration plant and power stations which use refuse-derivative fuel (RDF), according to IFAT ENTSORGA, the trade fair for water, sewage, waste and raw materials management.
17 October, 2011
FuturaGene and the Guangxi Academy of Sciences (GXAS) will collaborate on the development and optimisation of second generation biofuel production from woody species, and eucalyptus in particular.
14 October, 2011
Abengoa Bioenergy Biomass of Kansas LLC (ABBK) has been awarded a US$132.4 million loan guarantee form the US Department of Energy (DoE) for the development of a commercial-scale cellulosic ethanol plant in Hugoton, Kansas, USA.
05 October, 2011
Phycal Inc will supply 100,000-150,000 gallons of algae biofuel to Hawaiian Electric for testing at the Kahe Generating Station, Hawaii, USA.
04 October, 2011