Bioenergy News for July 2014

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Biomass: M&G Chemicals enters into JV with Anhui Guozhen (PRC)

Primary goal of partnership is to build the world’s largest cellulosic ethanol bio-refinery.

FLI Energy launches new brand identity FLI Energy launches new brand identity

Company-wide rebranding effort is in response to FLI Energy's growing renewable business units.

KIC InnoEnergy seeking proposals for clean-tech innovations

Outreach efforts are dedicated to boosting the effectiveness and speed of the go-to-market process of green innovations in Europe.

Federal Energy Regulatory Commission releases first-half report on renewables

Solar, wind, biomass, geothermal and hydropower provided 55.7% of new installed US electrical generating capacity in first six months of 2014.

Energy Department awards $6 million to advance cost-competitive biofuels

Funding supports development of next-generation biofuels that will help drive down the cost of producing gasoline, diesel and jet fuels from biomass.

Lumicity, Conergy engaged in UK solar project deal

£200m sale to Conergy paves the way for the next stage in the construction of a wide portfolio of solar installations.

Britcon earns contract for anaerobic digestion plant

Building and civil engineering contractor secures a £1.85 million deal to extend an anaerobic digestion plant in South Yorkshire for food waste recycler ReFood.

GE to acquire Monsal, integrated biogas-to-energy business

Purchase will enable GE to offer more energy-efficient options for water treatment.

EPA proposes updates to standards for new municipal solid waste landfills.

Changes would require certain landfills to capture additional landfill gas, which would reduce methane emissions.