CleanBay Renewables announces partnership with Kiewit to engineer and construct an anaerobic digestion plant to produce renewable energy.
GranBio’s 2G Ethanol technology converts lignocellulosic, non-food biomass to renewable, low carbon intensity biofuels.
Eta Bio intends to construct a full-scale commercial plant for the production of cellulosic ethanol at a site in northeast Bulgaria with Clariant’s sunliquid technology.
Nuseed Limited will supply Nuseed Carinata to Saipol plants to be processed for the low carbon renewable fuel market.
Chesapeake Utilities Corp. has announced a partnership with CleanBay Renewables to increase sustainable energy in the Delmarva community.
The MoU signals the commitment of BTS Biogas and ENGIE in working together to increase their decarbonisation efforts.
Greenlane Renewables is set to upgrade dairy farm systems to supply biogas to the local Californian network in the US.
SoCalGas, PG&E and Opus 12 have stated that they have advanced their new technology which converts CO2 from raw biogas into renewable natural gas.
Neste’s new project will research and develop sustainable alternatives that could reduce the reliance on crude oil for transportation fuels and chemical and polymer production.
Biogest has received two extension orders for plants in the UK, which includes the rebuilding and repurposing of the plants.
Global Clean Energy Holdings has chosen Haldor Topsoe’s HydroFlex™ for the revamp of a refinery to produce renewable fuel.
EIA has stated that biomass-based diesel imports in the US have increased due to renewable fuel programmes and standards.
According to the EIA, renewable energy consumption in the US has overtaken coal for the first time in 130 years.
Wärtsilä and Vantaa Energy Ltd have signed an agreement to cooperate on a carbon neutral synthetic biogas production project in Finland.