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Feb 20, 2024
Waste-to-Energy is included in the Carbon Removals Certification Framework
Features
Feb 20, 2024
A shifting feedstock mix in biogas production necessitates new plant designs. The entry of more challenging feedstock types, such as municipal organic waste and fish sludge, poses issues for traditional digestion technology but also sparks innovation in the anaerobic digestion (AD) industry, Antec explains. Increasingly, countries worldwide are implementing strict regulations... [Read More]

Biomass News
Feb 20, 2024
Oterra, which specialises in producing colour from natural sources, has installed a 3.5 MW biomass boiler at the Cossé-le-Vivien site in France, which is estimated to reduce CO2e emissions by more than 3,000 tons annually. The project was successful in the 2020 BCIAT call for projects (Biomass Heat for Industry, Agriculture and Tertiary Sectors), led by The French Agency... [Read More]

Biogas News
Feb 19, 2024
In Italy, the third phase of the competitive tender to secure subsidies for the construction of new biogas and biomethane plants, as well as conversion to biomethane-upgrading plants will expire tomorrow (20 February). The Biomethane Ordinance entered into force last year, and this Incentivo Bando 3 phase is offering an increase of 13.16% of eligible costs and tariffs. Gianluca... [Read More]

Biomass News
Feb 19, 2024
The Irish Bioenergy Association (IrBEA) has published a guide to Specified Biomass Harvesting (SBH) as part of sustainable forest management. Ireland has grown a significant forest resource over the past century, with much of this forest resource now reaching harvest stage. Maximising the value of this harvest, while protecting the forest environment and optimising future... [Read More]

Other News
Feb 19, 2024
The North West Hydrogen Alliance (NWHA) has published its manifesto for delivering a world-leading hydrogen economy in the North West of England. The document sets out a number of recommendations that the NWHA believes are essential for the UK to capitalise on the hydrogen opportunity – which it is estimated will create 100,000 jobs and £13 billion (€15.2 billion)... [Read More]

Biogas News
Feb 16, 2024
Essex County Council is encouraging households in its jurisdiction to recycle their uneaten food, as it can be used to generate green energy, as well as for fertiliser or compost. The local authority aims to reuse, recycle or compost at least 70% of waste generated by 2030. In Essex, most food recycling is collected by residents' local councils' waste and recycling teams,... [Read More]

Biogas News
Feb 16, 2024
Ukraine's biomethane industry is struggling, according to Oleg Ryabov, head of the alternative energy sector of Hals Agro. His company has stopped producing biomethane due to economic conditions - the co-generation plant that converts the biogas into biomethane has been stopped. In Ukraine, the cost of biomethane production is, in the best case, over €600 per 1,000... [Read More]

Biomass News
Feb 16, 2024
BEAM Circular, the Almond Board of California, Stanislaus County and Ecostrat have announced the issue of a rare ‘AA’ rating to the North San Joaquin Valley Bioeconomy Development Opportunity Zone centered in Modesto, California. This is North America’s first BDO Zone rating for Orchard Biomass, Nut Tree Shells and Almond Hulls. The North San Joaquin Valley BDO... [Read More]

Biogas News
Feb 15, 2024
STX Group, a leading global firm in environmental commodities trading and climate finance, has announced a financing partnership with BioValue, a major Dutch biomethane producer, for the construction and development of the Groengas Cothen biomethane plant. The new plant adds at least 80GWh of renewable natural gas capacity per year. This strategic move is aligned with... [Read More]

Policy News
Feb 15, 2024
New Mexico has become the fourth US state to pass a clean fuel standard - market-based policies that are designed to reduce carbon emissions while promoting new investments in the production of renewable fuels and vehicles. Oregon and Washington have implemented clean fuel standards, with California’s Low Carbon Fuel Standard often garnering the most attention due to... [Read More]

Other News
Feb 15, 2024
Oulu Energy Ltd is planning to build a 100 megawatts (MW) hydrogen production plant in Oulu, northern Finland. Partner for the project planning is the Finnish company P2X Solutions, which is currently constructing a hydrogen production plant in Harjavalta, western Finland. According to the preliminary plan, the whole project planned in Laanila industrial area, would... [Read More]

Biogas News
Feb 14, 2024
Nedgia, the Naturgy Group gas distributor, and Hercesa | hi! Real Estate, a leading developer nationwide and present in eight different countries, have signed a partnership to facilitate the use of renewable gases, especially biomethane, in the real estate group’s new developments in Spain. The first developments that will include the connection equipped for the use... [Read More]

Biogas News
Feb 14, 2024
Ukraine's parliament has advanced legislation to enable customs clearance of biomethane for international trade via gas pipelines. The procedural draft law was adopted in its first reading. Accompanying documents denote that Ukrainian companies are already working on producing biomethane and transporting it through pipeline networks. More than 10 agricultural holdings... [Read More]

Biogas News
Jan 1, 1970
Ukraine's parliament has adopted a procedural draft law on customs clearance on biomethane, which enables customs clearance of biomethane for international trade via gas pipelines. The document was adopted in its first reading. Accompanying documents denote that Ukrainian companies are already working on biomethane production and carrying it through transportation networks. More... [Read More]


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