Bioenergy News for November 2012

Bioenergy News Archive

Tough times, tough actions - time for a greentech patent amnesty?

Guest Blog by Barry Johnston

VayuGrid Signs MoU for biofuels project in Ethiopia

VayuGrid, a biofuel supply chain company based in Bangalore, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding to create a biofuel project in Ethiopia, which will use its VayuSap biofuels feedstock, a “high-yield” Pongamia.

UK's DECC announces £10 million to spur innovation in offshore wind

Innovators across the country have been invited to develop ideas aimed at reducing the cost of offshore wind power.

Campbell Soup and CH4 Biogas LLC to develop biogas plant in Ohio Campbell Soup and CH4 Biogas LLC to develop biogas plant in Ohio

Campbell says the plant will use direct waste generated from its soup, sauce and beverage facility

Renewable energy to become world's second-largest power generation source by 2015, says IEA

The global energy map is changing “in dramatic fashion”, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said today, as it launched the 2012 edition of its World Energy Outlook.

Indo-European joint initiative to assess biomass and bio-waste conversion potential

An Indo-European joint initiative for strengthening networking on biomass research and bio-waste valorisation for a sustainable bio-based economy has been initiated through 'SAHYOG' under the joint sponsorship of European Commission and Government of India's Department of Biotechnology.

Editor's Blog: Paradise lost?

Who doesn’t dream of a few weeks escape to a tropical island paradise like the Maldives?

Guest Blog: Ahead of this week's US election the message is clear - the green revolution will be crowdfunded

The green blogosphere has been ablaze with posts, tweets, and comments about the second US presidential debate in which the two candidates squared off on their respective energy approaches.