Feb 26, 2021
2021 Outlook – Biomethane at a turning point
Feb 22, 2021
How food and beverage companies can transform waste into energy, with Fluence Corporation. Food and beverage companies tend to consume a great amount of water and energy, while also producing a lot of waste. As consumers become more environmentally aware, corporations have started introducing sustainability initiatives aimed at reducing their carbon and water footprints. To... [Read More]

Feb 15, 2021
Jens Wolf, vice president and general manager of Europe, Enviva. The COVID-19 pandemic has forever changed how societies, businesses, and governments view the world around them. Now more than ever, we understand that we are a part of a global community, a community that must come together to address our most important challenges. Whether those challenges are related... [Read More]

Feb 11, 2021
“Sector lobbying by national bioenergy associations is going to be extremely important." The exciting potential of 2020, as seen in January last year with the launch of the European Green Deal (EGD) and the EU’s energy transition towards being carbon neutral by 2050, was brutally and painfully destroyed by COVID-19. There is simply no way of avoiding that truth... [Read More]

Feb 5, 2021
By Matt White, senior vice-president, Drax Biomass. Events of 2020 — the COVID-19 pandemic that has killed over two million people and severely impacted the global economy, and extreme weather and natural disasters around the world — have heightened awareness about human impacts on the natural environment. This has galvanised action to tackle the climate crisis... [Read More]

Jan 29, 2021
Bioenergy Insight spoke to Dr Paolo Frankl, head of renewables at the International Energy Agency (IEA) and Facilitator of the Biofuture Platform, about the organisation’s Flagship World Energy Outlook 2020 report and what it means for bioenergy. Biomethane, low-carbon hydrogen, and CCUS have been highlighted as possible solutions for greenhouse gas abatement, including... [Read More]

Jan 25, 2021
Having received a coveted AD & Biogas Industry Award in 2020, Gegan Solutions has big ideas on how to develop its small-scale biogas plants to tackle food waste. Its anaerobic digestion (AD) plant might be compact, but there is nothing small about UK-based green energy experts Gegan Solutions’ plans for its small scale biogas plant in 2021. As you would expect... [Read More]

Jan 18, 2021
In this exclusive case study, French company Vibrafloor explains how it supported its customers’ conversion from coal to biomass in South Korea. To reduce the use of fossil energy, in 2015 Yeongdong power station in South Korea decided to switch from coal to biomass. Since the early 1970s, the power station, composed of 8 units, has been a pillar of energy for the... [Read More]

Jan 11, 2021
Modern appliances and air quality: Bioenergy Europe highlights bioenergy’s potential in domestic heating. The heating sector is one of the largest polluters in Europe and subsequently, is one sector which continues to lag in terms of decarbonisation. Buildings are responsible for about 40% of the EU’s energy consumption and 36% of greenhouse gas emissions from energy.... [Read More]

Jan 4, 2021
Philipp Samland of UGN-Umwelttechnik explains how to enhance the carbon footprint of your biogas plant using its alternative to activated carbon. For more than 15 years, German company UGN-Umwelttechnik has delivered innovative, effective, and cost-efficient gas desulphurisation and purification solutions and sold desulphurisation and exhaust air purification systems,... [Read More]

Dec 21, 2020
Syed Nazim bin Syed Faisal, CEO of BiON, a major engineering and renewable energy solutions provider in Malaysia, discusses the country’s bioenergy potential. Could you tell our readers a bit about yourself and your background? I am an accountant by training and began my career in Audit at KPMG. I then became Strategic Planning Manager for Malaysia’s major shipping... [Read More]

Dec 11, 2020
Oliver Arnold of Arnold & Partner introduces the company’s ‘zero liquid discharge’ system, creating pellets from agricultural waste. Increasing livestock density globally is generating so much slurry that its nutrients cannot be spread on local farmland. Ground water contamination caused by over-fertilisation is lowering the acceptance of our agricultural... [Read More]

Dec 7, 2020
“This is a good time for energy sector players and governments to come together so that clean energy generation can thrive along with clean consumption with conservation.” Blending bioenergy potential in Asia and Africa into one regional review is always an enticing challenge with the obvious invitation to compare, and contrast, what on the surface are two quite... [Read More]

Nov 23, 2020
IES Biogas is investing heavily in the Southeast Asian biogas market. The Italian arm of Snam Group spoke to Bioenergy Insight about the region’s potential. Southeast Asia is one of the world’s fastest-growing economic regions. To support its development, access to affordable, secure, and sustainable energy will be crucial over the coming years. The International... [Read More]

Nov 16, 2020
O.C.O Technology has teamed up with Tilbury Green Power to recycle air pollution control residues at its biomass facility in London. Carbon capture specialist O.C.O Technology has secured a five-year contract to recycle the air pollution control residues (APCr) from the renewable energy facility operated by Tilbury Green Power (TGP). The contract marks a major step... [Read More]

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