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E.ON to build on stable businesses
E.ON Management Board presented the company’s new strategic and finance plan.
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Global Bioenergies delivers isobutene test sample to ARLANXEO
Global Bioenergies has delivered isobutene produced at its industrial pilot to ARLANXEO, a Netherlands firm engaged in high-quality synthetic rubbers.
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Dong Energy to test REnescience waste to energy technology in Malaysia
​DONG Energy signs agreement with Malaysian Cenviro and sends a mobile REnescience plant to Malaysia to test whether the country offers a new export market for the technology.
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Valmet to supply wood pellet heating plant to Helen Salmisaari power plant in Finland
Valmet will supply a wood pellet heating plant to Helen Oy's Salmisaari power plant.
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IEA Bioenergy International Webinar Series
IEA Bioenergy invites you to participate in an international webinar entitled, “Bioenergy - is it good for the climate? ”. This webinar will be held on Thursday, April 21st at 10 am Eastern Standard Time/ 4 pm Central European time/ 12 am Australian Eastern Time, presented by Annette Cowie. For more information and a description of the webinar, please see the attached poster.
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Hitachi to build energy-from-waste plant in Thailand
Hitachi Zosen has won a contract for an energy-from-waste plant (stoker-type waste incinerator, 370 t/d, generating capacity of 6,000 kW) in Thailand's Nong Khai Province by KPN Green Energy Solution (KPN), which is a company involved in engineering work for renewable energy plants in Thailand.
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Clearfleau commissions £10m cheese-to-biogas plant in UK
By EBR Staff Writer
UK-based Clearfleau has commissioned an anaerobic digestion (AD) plant at First Milk’s cheese creamery in Aspatria, Cumbria.
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Air Products to discontinue energy-from-waste business
By EBR Staff Writer
Air Products announced that it will shut down its struggling energy-from-waste (EfW) business, following the company’s failure to fix operational and design issues.
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Danish researchers use sunlight to produce chemicals and energy
By EBR Staff Writer
Researchers from the University of Copenhagen in Denmark have developed a natural process, reverse photosynthesis, to produce chemicals and energy from sunlight.
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Altex and Unitel to demonstrate new technology for making synthetic gasoline from biomass
Altex Technologies has selected Unitel to provide engineering services to design and build a pilot system that will produce 1 BPD of synthetic gasoline from biomass.
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India and Belgium sign MoU in renewable energy sector
Indian and Belgiun have signed an memorandum of understanding (MOU) for cooperation in renewable energy sector.
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5th Central European Biomass Conference 2017
The Austrian Biomass Association, the Styrian Chamber for Agriculture and Forestry and Bioenergy 2020+ GmbH in co-operation with Messe Graz, are presenting the 5th Central European Biomass Conference in Graz from the 18th to 20th of January 2017.
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Amec Foster to build biomass dust combustion plant in Finland
By EBR Staff Writer
Finnish utility company Seinäjoen Energia has awarded a contract to Amec Foster Wheeler to build a biomass dust combustion plant in the country.
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Duke Energy to produce clean power from pig waste in US
By EBR Staff Writer
Duke Energy has signed an agreement to purchase methane generated from pig and poultry waste to produce renewable electricity at four plants located in North Carolina, US.
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HyperSolar plans to produce renewable hydrogen fuel in commercial systems
By EBR Staff Writer
HyperSolar plans to build 1ft2 prototypes with demonstrable solar-to-hydrogen efficiency of 10% or higher, as it looks to produce renewable hydrogen fuel in commercial systems.
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