Bioenergy News for July 2012
Algae biofuels technologies are ripe for double-digit growth potential over the short term, claims a new study.
30 July, 2012
Maple Energy, an integrated energy company with assets in Peru, has announced that its Ethanol Plant is now complete and producing both ethanol and electricity.
24 July, 2012
The UK government has announced new feed-in tariffs (FITs) for renewable heat and small-scale renewable electricity technologies (not including solar PV).
24 July, 2012
The UK’s Renewable Energy Association (REA) has been successful in a bid to manage a €76,000 (£60,000) biogas training programme.
20 July, 2012
The National Renewable Energy Centre of Spain (CENER) has selected AdvanceBio Systems' SuPR2G Bench Scale Pretreatment Reactor to conduct basic research and development work related to the production of fermentable sugars from lignocellulose rich biomass feedstocks.
11 July, 2012
The state of New Hampshire has added thermal energy to its renewable energy incentive scheme, enabling solar thermal, geothermal and biomass to fully benefit from the scheme for the first time.
04 July, 2012
DP CleanTech has taken a significant step towards consolidating its business in the Philippines, signing a contract for a 12MW biomass power plant in Aklan province with AseaOne Power Corporation.
02 July, 2012