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Global energy and commodity price-reporting agency Argus will host the Argus Biomass Nordics and Baltics 2018conference in Copenhagen, Denmark, on 29-31
Partnership promotes dual vision of bringing awareness to new sustainable technologies developed from biomass in the forests products industry   BRUSSELS,
Power generation facilities in the U.S. are looking for a potential renewable fuel that is sustainable, low-cost, complies with environmental
Researchers at Fraunhofer IGB developed an improved torrefaction process to make use of olive biomass. By LISA ANDERSON on July 9, 2018
MUNICH, Germany - Because wood is heavy and logs are irregularly shaped, it costs more to  transport, limiting its use as
Jorge Miguel Carneiro Ribeiro 1, Radu Godina 2, João Carlos de Oliveira Matias 1,3 and Leonel Jorge Ribeiro Nunes 1,3,* 1 DEGEIT—Department of Economics, Management,
BPS Licenses Biocoal Technology, Signs MOU with US Power Company Friday, 27 April 2018 0 Dan McCue Biomass Secure Power, located
April 20, 2018 -- Of all resources used for global energy consumption, 19.3 percent is renewable energy, of which almost
At several locations around the world, a partnership of international companies will start construction of facilities, where biocoal will be
Baltania OÜ, a 100% owned subsidiary of Dutch private equity investment firm Momentum Capital, has made a conditional investment decision
04 Jun 2018 | Source: Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft ACHEMA 2018: New steam drying technique yields sustainable products and production processes Industrial facilities
The US Department of Energy (DOE) issued four funding opportunities (FOAs) totaling up to $78 million to support early-stage bioenergy
By Ramya Natarajan For the past several winters, Delhi has drawn global attention for its life-threatening smog levels. This is
A new steam drying technique for wood developed through the EU-funded SteamBio project could significantly reduce transportation costs for biomass,
EIA: Biomass power capacity to increase in 2018 By Erin Voegele | May 11, 2018 The U.S. Energy Information Administration has released