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2 hrs ago | Hispanic Business
The plant will be used for industrial validation of the newly acquired extraction and separation technology developed by Virdia that enables cellulosic biomass, such as wood or agricultural waste, to be converted into highly refined sugars.
6 hrs ago | Sys-Con Media
The feasibility study team met at the plantation on the shores of Lake Nicaragua to assess the agricultural aspects of the project and to inspect potential sites for the power plant and survey the route for the transmission line to connect to the national grid.
10 hrs ago | Ag Professional
Many scientists say the next step in the march toward U.S. energy independence is utilizing fast growing, short rotation woody crops as a biomass source for energy and fuel.
It derives a substantial amount of its revenues from Ukraine; is plotting a revolution in the biomass fuel industry; and has signed a landmark forestry and timberland management deal with three indigenous groups in Canada.
Biofuels maker Enviva is in the process of getting construction permits for wood pellet plants in Richmond and Sampson counties and one in South Carolina, company officials said last week.
The sun is shining on a Cornish installer of biomass boilers after it grew its turnover 10 fold in a year.
It didn't help the energy debate that the junta invited a fools' gallery of participants to speak and neglected to bring in experts.
The only coal-fired power plant in Hawaii, which is the single largest generating plant on Oahu, is under financial stress because there is no financial reserve, according to the Hawaiian Electric Co.'
Here's some good news that may brighten up your day: US electrical generation from renewables hits 14.3%.
Green living is the hottest thing on the real estate market these days, and BioRegional , an entrepreneurial charity based in London, is making sure it stays that way.
Public support for renewable energies across the world continues to grow, particularly in more advanced economies - with solar power being especially popular.
Butanol, one of the substitutes, is still produced via petrochemical means but the confluence of global issues like declining oil reserves and upsurge in oil prices has compelled to identify renewable biomass resources for butanol production and commercialize the process."
Scientists have demonstrated a way to use a metallic complex, trinuclear titanium hydride, to accomplish the task of activating benzene by breaking the aromatic carbon-carbon bonds at relatively mild temperatures and in a highly selective way.
Updated: Tue Sep 02, 2014 03:50 pm
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