Ductor® is opening a groundbreaking biotech plant in Haren, Germany

Ductor's technology harnesses the power of underutilized biomass with high nitrogen content such as poultry manure. "With this technology, we are now solving the biggest problem for the biogas economy: high operating expense coming from expensive feedstock and the disposal cost of digest," says Ari Ketola, CEO of Ductor.

Rodman CPAs' Green Team Talks Tax Incentives, Renewable Energy Investment At Lexington Wealth Management

Rodman CPAs is a full service tax and accounting firm with a Renewable Energy and Cleantech specialty practice known as the "Green Team".

Registration Opens for GRC Annual Meeting & GEA Geothermal Energy Expo

Special deals for early birds and students at prestigious geothermal energy event

Premier Conference to Highlight Gasification, Syngas and Methanol Industries

The 2016 Gasification and Syngas Technologies Conference will highlight emerging markets, spotlight advances in syngas and methanol production, and provide the latest updates on global projects and important trends in biomass and waste gasification. The Gasification and Syngas Technologies Council (GSTC), the world's premier trade association for the syngas and gasification industries, released the preliminary conference program today. GSTC is hosting the event Oct. 16-19 in Vancouver, Canada.

Innovation competition awards brightest smart cities ideas

KIC InnoEnergy recognises students' most promising innovations

Solar cells market size is anticipated to witness significant growth from 2016 to 2023

Solar Cells Market Size, Industry Potential Outlook Report, Regional Analysis, Application Development, Price Trend, Competitive Landscape & Forecast, 2016 - 2023

Scripps Vessel Proves Viability of Renewable Fuel on 14,400-Mile Voyage

Chris Jennewein for Times of San Diego:  A Scripps Institution of Oceanography research vessel has demonstrated the viability of renewable fuel by traveling 14,400 nautical miles over a 16-month period on renewable diesel.

The R/V Robert Gordon Sproul used a hydrogenation-derived renewable fuel called NEXBTL Renewable Diesel developed by Neste Oil in Finland. The experiment began in September 2014 and ran through December 2015, during which time the vessel used a total of 52,500 gallons.

“Part of the Scripps mission is to protect the environment, and one of the most significant changes that we could make in our ship operations involved moving toward the use of cleaner, renewable fuels,” said Scripps Associate Director Bruce Appelgate. “As scientists, we know we need to develop sustainable means of powering our ships to address pollution concerns as well as to mitigate future increases in fossil fuel costs.”

Renewable biofuel is nearly carbon-neutral and produces cleaner emissions, thus decreasing greenhouse gas emissions and improving air quality relative to fuels derived from petroleum.  Cont'd...

DuPont Industrial Biosciences Launches New Enzyme Product for Biogas Industry

State-of-the-Art Biotechnology Offering Will Increase Methane Yields and Improve Profitability

Power players confirm commitment to COP21 promises

POWER-GEN Europe and Renewable Energy World Europe welcomes largest footfall in four years

Waltham, MA Based CPA Firm with Green Team Rebrands and Announces New Name and Logo

Rodman & Rodman P.C. has rebranded and officially announced their new company name, Rodman CPAs, and unveiled a new firm graphic identity. As domain experts in alternative energy, the "Green Team" at Rodman CPAs works with renewable energy producers and businesses throughout the U.S. offering tax advisory, financial, accounting services, and Investment Tax Credit (ITC) studies.

Solar Tracker Market Size worth USD 7.54 Billion by 2023: Global Market Insights, Inc.

"Solar Tracker Market Size By Product (Dual Axis, Single Axis), By Technology (CPV, Solar PV, CSP), By Application (Utility, Non-utility), Industry Analysis Report, Regional Outlook (U.S., Canada, Germany, Spain, China, India, Japan, Brazil), Application Potential, Price Trends, Competitive Market Share & Forecast, 2016 - 2023"

Waste to Energy (WTE) Market Size worth USD 33 Billion by 2023: Global Market Insights, Inc.

"Waste to Energy (WTE) Market Size By Technology (Biological, Thermal), Industry Analysis Report, Regional Outlook (U.S., Canada, UK, Germany, France, China, Japan), Application Potential, Price Trend, Competitive Market Share & Forecast, 2016 - 2023"

Deadline Nears for Global Geothermal Awards

Nominations for the annual GRC Awards to be submitted by June 24.

Scottish biomass specialist unveils exclusive US partnership at Royal Highland Show

A leading Scottish name in the supply of renewable heat will be unveiling its exclusive partnership with one of the world's top producers of fuel-free, emission-free electricity at this week's Royal Highland Show in Edinburgh.

Coal and Gas to Stay Cheap, but Renewables Still Win Race on Costs

This year's edition of BNEF's long-term forecast sees $11.4 trillion investment in global power generation capacity over 25 years, with electric vehicles boosting electricity demand by 8% in 2040.

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