There’s an interesting story about Pakistani sugar cane growers making ethanol to power an electricity generation station from the Associated Press of Pakistan. Could this model be used elsewhere? Thanks to rsteenblik.
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I’ve just had an email from Emily at E.ON about the wood burning power plant it wants to build near Bristol, UK. It set some of my worries to rest. Some specifics would be nice, but I guess it is early days for the project. Here’s the reply in full. The principal biomass fuel to […]
Now it is “green” to ship trees to power stations and burn them, according to E.ON in this report from Cleantech. E.ON, which is planning a timber fired electricity generation station in the Port of Bristol. Is it sustainable? What area would need to be felled each year… What is E.ON doing to replace those […]
Switching to switchgrass isn’t going to be easy, according to this useful piece from redorbit. Worth reading.
If you’re into using biofuels for municpal power generation, it might be worth going along to the inaugural Bio Power Generation Forum meeting in Beligium in April
Canada’s Dynamotive has been given an extra $10m from equity investors to help the business grow. The firm is working towards biomass to fuel/power plants in Argentina.
Renewable Power and Light is going to court in the US to sue Safari, which has found itself unable to supply palm oil at a price agreed about two years ago. In a statement to the Alternative Investment Market, part of the UK stock market, RPL said: On 11 July 2007, RPL engaged corporate litigation […]
Biopact tells us : Mozambique Bio-Fuel Industries (MBFI) and its Indian partners announced they are investing €800 million (US$1 billion) to generate bio-electricity in Mozambique. This is a major boost to the African country’s rapidly growing economy, where energy needs are increasing sharply. The company is radically choosing for a smart, decentralised approach, utilising locally […]