Genera to Sponsor Advanced Bioeconomy Feedstocks Conference 2015

Industry leader seeks to further the advancements of renewable energy crop feedstocks through informative and collaborative sessions and workshops

Biogas: Big Opportunities, But Beware the Risks

Today, there are more than 191 biogas sites already operating on farms and about 1,500 more at wastewater treatment plants, but there is tremendous opportunity for more growth in biogas systems.

Biomass Power Generation - A solution to Aggressive Green Power Strategies

A confluence of industry drivers such as regulatory framework and government support, long-term supply of low cost feedstock, and FITs and tax incentives for biomass energy use are anticipated to propel the use of biomass for energy generation.

Blue Sphere Corporation Announces Second Closing This Year of Joint Venture for a 3.2 MW Biogas Generation Facility in Johnston, RI.

Blue Sphere CEO Shlomi Palas noted that this is the second closing for the Company in 2015

Discovery in alternative energy production by Virginia Tech researchers may be breakthrough for fueling hydrogen vehicles

The method uses abundantly available corn stover - the stalks, cobs, and husks - to produce the hydrogen.

Biooil and Char Production from Melia dubia

Biomass is an important material for the sustainable source of energy. It can generate solid, liquid and gaseous products under different thermochemical conversion technologies. In this study, Melia dubia - a fastest growing energy crop was subjected to pyrolysis. Two products namely, biooil and char were produced and their characteristics were analyzed.

Renewable Jet and Diesel Fuel

As a drop-in solution with Jet A/A-1 commercial aviation turbine fuel, this new Amyris-Total fuel can be seamlessly included in commercial aviation following the ASTM validation and amendment of the global standard.

Economic Feasibility of Sustainable Non-Food Feedstock Pongamia Pinnata Based Biodiesel Production

Pongamia has attracted the world's attention as a sustainable substitute for petroleum products and its ability to grow and reclaim marginal lands.

Residential And Commercial Refuse-Derived Fuel Waste To Energy

This report serves as an overview of gasification technologies processing municipal solid waste (MSW) that includes non-recycled plastic.

Using Microbes to Produce Biofuel

Liquid fuels derived from plant biomass are one of the best alternatives if an inexpensive means of commercial production can be found. Major research efforts are focusing on fatty acids, which are the energy-rich molecules in living cells that have been dubbed nature's petroleum.

Fuel Pellets from Renewable Sources

All of our customers have been able to utilize our fuel with no, or only minor, modifications to their fuel feed and combustion systems.

How to Make the Most of Your Pellet Stove Investment

Typical savings are in excess of 60 percent. However, if you even reach a 15-30 percent return on your investment, you're going to save money.

Vegawatt Cogeneration System Powers Restaurants with Waste Vegetable Oil

Currently, Owl Power Company has 22 Vegawatt devices installed and operating at restaurants, most located in the Northeast, with one in California and two in the United Kingdom.

Jatropha 2.0 - Biofuel Breakthrough

SGB's crop improvement platform is highlighted by aggressive breeding and selection via the largest, most diverse library of Jatropha genetic material in the world, and supported by the application of sophisticated genotyping and molecular breeding tools designed to shorten breeding cycles.

Advanced Biogas Thermal Mass Flow Meter Boosts Methane Recovery System Operation

The S.P.M. Mill operators initially tried using Oscillator and Vortex technology flow meters. They found that these flow technologies contain moving parts or orifices and were unable to measure flows accurately at the low flow rate demanded by this digester application.

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