Bioenergy News for October 2014

Bioenergy News Archive

First commercial ‘green’ hydrogen refueling facility opens in UK First commercial ‘green’ hydrogen refueling facility opens in UK

The UK’s first commercial-scale, solar-powered hydrogen production and refueling facility has been opened at the Honda car manufacturing site in Swindon.

Canada’s Enerkem announces new biofuel project partnership in China

Modular waste-to-biofuel system selected to address local waste challenges.

Global bioenergy capacity on the rise

Installed bioenergy market to exceed 165 GW by 2025, new GlobalData report says.

US Department of Energy awards $13.4 million to develop advanced biofuels and bio-products

Investment in biofuel projects aim to help drive down the cost of producing gasoline, diesel, and jet fuel from biomass.

ENER-G partners with Cornes Biogas for Japanese project

190kW ENER-G CHP unit to be installed, commissioned and maintained by Cornes at an agricultural biogas plant in Shikaoi, Japan.

Biochemtex and Beta Renewables ink deal with ENERGOCHEMICA SE

Agreement calls for Biochemtex and Beta Renewables to build an ethanol plant in Strazske, Slovak Republic.

Arizona waste treatment plant gets biomethane upgrade

Pima County signs contract with Anaergia to use the biogas from wastewater as a renewable fuel source.

Bloomberg New Energy Finance releases Q3 renewable energy investment report

Figures for the third quarter show another year-on-year rise, with a solar boom in China the biggest single contributor.

Last week's top three stories: UC Davis, SunPower project; Schmack Biogas wins 5 MW contract; Scottish Government approves new wind farm

The top three articles on last week were as follows:

US Department of Energy earmarks $25 million for biofuel research

Funding to go toward reducing the costs of algal biofuels over the next five years.

California reclamation authority marks start-up of biogas production

Advanced biogas system supplied by Anaergia, Inc.

Historic premiere for biogas in Sweden

Gas pipeline now links up biogas plant to the country’s gas grid.