Bioenergy News for October 2013
The European Bioenergy Research Institute (EBRI) has unveiled new facilities at Aston University in Birmingham, UK which will allow it to significantly expand its world-class bioenergy research and knowledge transfer activity.
29 October, 2013
Global investment in clean energy was US$45.9billion in the third quarter of 2013, down 14% on the second quarter of this year and 20% below the number for Q3 2012, according to Bloomberg New Energy Finance.
25 October, 2013
GE is supplying eight of its 1.4 MW Jenbacher J420 biogas engines for a new cogeneration plant located south of Tel Aviv, near the city of Rishon Lezion, Israel.
22 October, 2013
Leidos Holdings Inc has assumed ownership of a 37.5 MW (net) biomass-fuelled electric generation facility, being built in Plainfield, Connecticut by Leidos Constructors.
17 October, 2013
Boeing and South African Airways (SAA) plan to develop and implement a sustainable aviation biofuel supply chain in Southern Africa, a first for the continent.
16 October, 2013
VTT Technological Research Centre of Finland (VTT) is studying the anaerobic digestion (AD) of organic waste and developing ways to control it.
11 October, 2013
BioEnergy Inc and partnership with Cape Breton University’s Centre for Sustainability in Energy & the Environment (CSEE) and Target Hydraulics and Machine Works, has been awarded an Atlantic Innovation Fund investment to construct, test, and commercialise its torrefaction biomass technology.
03 October, 2013
The bioliq® pilot plant at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) has produced its first batch of gasoline fuel from straw.
02 October, 2013
Statistics published today by the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) showed that the amount of electricity generated from renewable energy sources in the UK reached a new record high of 15.5% of total electricity generation in the second quarter of this year.
01 October, 2013