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Jul 18, 2022
NTPC co-fires 77,000 tonnes of biomass at 14 plants
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Jul 18, 2022
Saanich, Vancouver Island, Canada, has said is taking another major step toward reducing its operational greenhouse gas emissions. The district will begin construction this autumn to upgrade natural-gas-fuelled boilers at Saanich Commonwealth Place to biomass-fed units, with the goal of reducing the facility’s GHG emissions by 90 percent. This largest recreation... [Read More]

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Jul 18, 2022
Renewable energy company Drax Group is expanding its operations into Japan. To celebrate the launch of Drax Asia and the opening of a new Drax office in Japan, more than 160 guests including government officials, major trading houses, energy businesses and shipping companies, attended a reception at the British Ambassador’s residence in Tokyo. At the reception, British... [Read More]

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Jul 18, 2022
Naturgy Energy Group SA has announced that it intends to invest €1.5 million ($1.50 million) in a biomethane plant in Spain that will contribute renewable gas to the distribution network in 2023. The Spanish energy company said the plant, which is located in the province of Lleida, will inject 11.8 gigawatt hours a year of biomethane into the network, which it said... [Read More]

Biogas News
Jul 18, 2022
Norwegian Prime Minister, Jonas Gahr Støre, inaugurated RENEVO’s new renewable biogas plant in Stord, Western-Norway, on 24 May. It is the first of its kind in Norway and marks the start of a Western Norway energy adventure that produces the equivalent of renewable energy that 4,000 households consume per year. The Stord plant is the largest commercial renewable... [Read More]

Biomass News
Jul 15, 2022
Bioenergy Europe has said it welcomes the adoption of the report on the revision of the Renewable Energy Directive (RED) held at the meeting of the committee on Industry, Research and Energy (ITRE) in the European Parliament.  It said: “The ITRE report on the RED revision shows clear improvements on the Commission’s proposal and Bioenergy Europe is pleased to see... [Read More]

Biomass News
Jul 15, 2022
A biomass power plant in Madera will soon be under new ownership with the announcement of an acquisition agreement Tuesday, July 12. Clean Energy Systems, in Rancho Cordova plans to acquire the idled Madera Biomass Power Plant and convert it into a biomass carbon removal and storage facility (BiCRS), according to a news release. The terms of the deal were not disclosed. The... [Read More]

Biogas News
Jul 15, 2022
Bioenergy and German farmers’ associations have criticised the country’s renewable energy act (EEG) amendment passed in the Bundestag on Thursday, July 7, on the grounds that it does not provide sufficient support for biogas. “It is completely incomprehensible that in the middle of this far-reaching energy crisis, a sustainable domestic energy source such as biogas... [Read More]

Biomass News
Jul 15, 2022
A biomass to treat a difficult and evasive fungal infection with a high mortality rate has been manufactured by Spanish organisation, 3P Biopharmaceuticals. It created BSG005 biomass for its partner and client, Biosergen, a Norwegian biotechnology company that has just announced a phase 2 clinical trial of the product against mucormycosis – also known as the black... [Read More]

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Jul 14, 2022
Port Moody, BC, will be home to an innovative low-emission hydrogen power plant, according to the three companies behind a pilot project slated to start construction late next year. The test project would be the first such plant in BC, and possibly Canada, to produce what's known as "turquoise hydrogen," an almost zero-emission method for capturing and converting methane... [Read More]

Biomass News
Jul 14, 2022
Energy giant Drax has formally submitted plans for its multi-billion-pound bioenergy with carbon capture and storage (BECCS) project at its North Yorkshire power station. The company said work to build the flagship BECCS plant - which would be one of the first such facilities anywhere in the world - could start in 2024, if planning approval is granted. BECCS plants... [Read More]

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Jul 14, 2022
Air Liquide invested and will operate its first biomethane production unit in China by the end of 2022.  Located in Huai’an City, in the Jiangsu Province, the unit will have a production capacity of 75 GWh per year. This project demonstrates a circular economy and low-carbon approach, in line with the Group’s Sustainable Objectives and strategic plan, ADVANCE. This... [Read More]

Biomass News
Jul 14, 2022
French cheese giant Bel, known for its global cheese brands Babybel, Laughing Cow, and Boursin, has entered into a partnership with US-based Superbrewed Food in an exclusive arrangement to develop dairy-free cheese made through biomass fermentation. “Pursuing our mission to offer healthy snacks for all, Bel innovates to support the changes in nutritional needs and... [Read More]

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Jul 13, 2022
Professor Vinay Sharma and professor Rajat Agrawal from the Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee (IITRoorkee), have devised a project that utilises forest bio residue for low-cost energy generation. The project, Socio-Economic Value Creation through Forest Bio Residue Energy Generation in Alignment with the UNs SDGs, was granted and financially supported as a pilot... [Read More]

Biogas News
Jul 13, 2022
Koodugal, which is an Indian NGO, has started helping villages in India install biogas plants and achieve energy self-sufficiency. As a result, villages including Chaparthi and Thaliyur, Kaveripattinam block in Krishnagiri district, now have biogas plants that have been operating for a few months. Koodugal Trust along with Lennox International has installed biogas... [Read More]


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