Baseload Summit to Focus on Future Prospects for Geothermal, Biomass and Hydropower June 7-8 in Reno

The Summit will bring together industry leaders, policy makers, public representatives and other experts to engage in a dialogue about the issues and opportunities facing these industries.

Turkish geothermal sector surging ahead in global rankings

The incredible growth of Turkey's geothermal sector will be featured at IGC Türkiye, the Congress in the Heart of the Geothermal Industry in Turkey, with partners Ormat and Exergy and an exciting EBRD workshop preceding the event.

Innovation & New Application of Biobased Materials Underscore 5th Biobased World Summit

CMT's back-to-back Biobased Chem Asia & Bioplastics Markets Summit, in Bangkok on 9-11 May, hones in on the key drivers for growth and market development across Asia, amidst low oil prices. Amongst key concerns are the location of commercial production hubs in the coming decade: Asia, Europe, USA or LATAM.

EIA tracks monthly ethanol and biodiesel rail movements

In 2015, the ethanol share of gasoline was 9.9%, and the biodiesel share of distillate was 2.4%.

The GRC Awards - Seeking the Best in Global Geothermal

The winners will be announced at the GRC Annual Meeting in Sacramento, California, USA.

Danish researchers may have found 'the energy source of the future'

CPH Post:  Researchers at the University of Copenhagen have discovered a natural process they are calling ‘reverse photosynthesis’. They have observed how the energy in solar rays breaks down rather than builds up plant material, as happens in photosynthesis.

Sunlight is collected by chlorophyll, and when combined with a specific enzyme the energy breaks down plant biomass. The resulting product can then be used as a biofuel.

By increasing production speed while reducing pollution, the discovery has the potential to revolutionise industrial production.

“This is a game-changer, one that could transform the industrial production of fuels and chemicals, thus serving to reduce pollution significantly,” said Claus Felby, the University of Copenhagen professor who headed up the research.

“It has always been right under our noses,” he said. “Photosynthesis by way of the sun doesn’t just allow things to grow – the same principles can be applied to break plant matter down, so that the immense energy in solar light can be used so that processes can take place without additional energy inputs.”  Cont'd...

NREL Reveals Potential for Capturing Waste Heat via Nanotubes

A finely tuned carbon nanotube thin film has the potential to act as a thermoelectric power generator that captures and uses waste heat, according to researchers at the Energy Department's National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL).

Natural Power launches pioneering 'Portal' software for effective project management

Revolutionising the way clients view and manage their information, Natural Power has launched a new software tool, Portal, which can be used anywhere there is an internet connection.

Bowerman Power renewable energy facility in Orange, California opens

Government, business and project development officials officially opened the Bowerman Power renewable energy facility in Orange, California, March 29 at a ribbon-cutting Ceremony. As the project's Engineer Procure Construct (EPC) Contractor, HR Green provided design, through commissioning services for the massive gas-to-electricity project.

Scientists from the Energy Department's National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), along with their counterparts from solar energy research institutes in Germany and Japan, gathered recently to discuss the future of photovoltaics (PV) and assess its con

VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland and Aalto University investigated how willow biomass can be utilised more efficiently. When processed correctly, willow is eminently suitable as a source of sugar in the production of ethanol. The lignin fraction formed as a by-product of the ethanol process and the fibres and compounds of willow bark are suitable for the manufacture of environmentally friendly chemicals and bio-based materials.

Hospital PV plant wins ICCI Energy Award

The biggest solar power plant of a public enterprise in Turkey has won the ICCI Energy Award. The 5.3 MW plant is operated by Turgut -zal Medical Centre of İnönü University in Malatya, Eastern Turkey.

E2: 2.5 Million Americans Work in Clean Energy

Strong Federal, State Clean Energy Policies Could Create Even More Jobs

Buyer-Seller Meet at Asia's Biomass Power & Pellet Trade in Tokyo, this May

CMT's 7th Biomass Pellets Trade & Power on May 16-19, spotlights - Japan's fast expanding biomass power market; and pellet trade with Southeast Asia, USA and Canada.

UK RENEWABLES INDUSTRY FACES UP TO BREXIT 'PARADOX'

Regulations could be loosened but incentives to develop a low carbon economy lost, say experts

Natural Power expands asset management

Renewable energy consultancy, Natural Power, has appointed Euan Fenelon as Director of Asset Management; and Kevin Quinn as Head of Site Management.

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