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DVO supports US Biogas Opportunities Roadmap
By CTBR Staff Writer
DVO has extended its support for the Biogas Opportunities Roadmap, a report that was recently released by the US Government.
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GPS completes grid synchronization at ETEC’s Woodville biomass plant in US
By CTBR Staff Writer
Engineering, procurement and construction firm Gemma Power Systems (GPS) has completed initial synchronization at East Texas Electric Cooperative’s (ETEC) 49.9MW biomass plant in Woodville, Texas, US.
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Study finds biomass burning plays larger role in climate change
By CTBR Staff Writer
A new study by Stanford University Civil and Environmental Engineering Professor Mark Jacobson has found that the effect of biomass burning on climate change and human health is significantly worse than scientists earlier believed.
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Greater Auch methanization unit opened in France
By CTBR Staff Writer
The Greater Auch methanization unit and biogas production plant has been opened in France.
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Policy group urges FTC to investigate misleading green claims on biomass
By CTBR Staff Writer
Massachusetts-based Partnership for Policy Integrity (PFPI) has urged the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to investigate advertising claims by biomass power companies that the energy generated from their plants is environmentally friendly and green.
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UK introduces biomass scientific calculator
By CTBR Staff Writer
The UK Department of Energy & Climate Change (DECC) has launched a scientific calculator that will investigate the impact on carbon emissions of biomass sourced from North America to generate energy.
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B&W Vølund to construct 280MW thermal biomass plant in Denmark
By CTBR Staff Writer
Babcock & Wilcox Vølund (B&W Vølund), a subsidiary of Babcock & Wilcox Power Generation Group (B&W PGG), has secured a contract worth over $80m to construct a 280MW thermal biomass boiler system in Denmark.
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Consumers Energy plans four new anaerobic digester farms in US
By CTBR Staff Writer
Consumers Energy has selected four Michigan farms to generate renewable energy with anaerobic digesters.
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First of eight Gas-to-Grid projects in France starts bio methane injection
By CTBR Staff Writer
The first of eight Gas-to-Grid (G2G) projects in France has started its injection of purified bio methane into the French gas grid.
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Sainsbury's powers supermarket by food waste
By CTBR Staff Writer
Sainsbury's Cannock store has become the UK's first supermarket to run on electricity generated solely from its own food waste.
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European Union launches €3.7bn public-private partnership on biobased industries
By CTBR Staff Writer
The European Union (EU) has launched a €3.7bn public-private partnership (PPP) on biobased industries.
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World Eco Energy signs $1.175bn bio-energy agreement in Iran
By CTBR Staff Writer
US-based World Eco Energy has signed a preliminary agreement to invest $1.175bn to turn solid waste into electricity in Iran.
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GE to buy UK-based anaerobic digestion technology business
By CTBR Staff Writer
GE has signed an agreement to acquire the UK-based specialist environmental technology business, Monsal.
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AgPower Partners opens Storms Hog Power energy plant in North Carolina
By CTBR Staff Writer
AgPower Partners (APP) has opened the Storms Hog Power (SHP) facility near Bladenboro, North Carolina, US.
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UK awards £16.6bn renewable energy contracts without price competition: NAO report
By CTBR Staff Writer
A new report by the National Audit Office (NAO) has revealed that energy costs for consumers may have increased by the UK Government’s decision to award £16.6bn worth of early contracts to eight renewable generation projects without price competition.
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