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Study shows the long term benefits of bioenergy for India

As a developing country with a rapidly increasing growth rate, India’s energy needs and consumption have likewise dramatically risen. This has led to greenhouse gas emissions and air pollution, causing health issues on a local level and climate change on a global one. These negative impacts have led to an ever increasing focus on India’s…

EUBC&E news roundup: industry and policy leaders discuss the major role of biomass

The advanced biofuels industry is successfully demonstrating its capacity to deliver results at a commercial industrial scale; large-scale biomass plants can be effectively operated to provide balancing power to the grid; smaller-scale biomass technologies can turn local communities into real bioenergy villages where citizens and farmers are also owners of bioenergy plants. The versatility and…

“Manure is a waste from agriculture polluting the air and the sea. No, manure is a valuable resource which can fertilize crops and create green energy and green jobs.” Opinions on manure differ – and both of the opinions above may be right under certain conditions. However, regardless of the opinion on manure, we have…

The  All-gas project, co-funded by the EU with the FP7 programme to convert algae into energy using wastewater, has successfully grown its first crop of algae biomass at its site in Chiclana, Southern Spain. Launched in May 2011, the €12 million five-year project has already completed its pilot phase  in a 200 m2 facility and…

The GreenGasGrids project aims at leveraging the market development for biomethane by means of: Finding solutions to market barriers Bringing together potential business partners Promoting biomethane projects in countries with high potential but few activities Moving biomethane into the mainstream so it is taken into account in supply/demand and renewable targets Hands-on know-how transfer from…