FORGE has announced investment from Shell Ventures and Valent Low-Carbon Technologies to build biofuel production plant in Sombra, Ontario, Canada.
Snam and SOCAR have signed a cooperation agreement to study the development of renewable gases and use of sustainable energy, with a view to their delivery through the Southern Gas Corridor including Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) in the future.
WELTEC BIOPOWER, a company which manufactures biogas, will present its anaerobic digestion plants for industrial and municipal use at the IFAT trade fair for environmental technologies, held in Munich, Germany, from 4 to 8 May 2020.
Southern California Gas Co. (SoCalGas) has announced support for the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) new Incentive Reservation System for the CPUC biomethane monetary incentive programme in California, US.
Enexor BioEnergy has announced the release of its Bio-CHP™ technology, the Bio-200™, a modular and scalable system that converts almost any organic waste into on-site, clean and affordable energy.
Green Genius, a renewable energy company that is part of Modus Group, has successfully launched a new biogas power plant in the Brest Region, Belarus.
HollyFrontier opts for Topsoe’s renewable fuel technology to reduce the cost of compliance with renewable fuels blending requirements.
Calgren Dairy Fuels and Southern California Gas Co. have announced that four additional Central Valley dairies have started sending methane produced from cow manure to Calgren's biogas operation in Pixley, US.
Smithfield Foods Inc., in partnership with Duke Energy and OptimaBio LLC, is now producing renewable natural gas from the wastewater treatment system at its Tar Heel, N.C. pork processing facility.
Andusia Resource Recovery have announced that they have been confirmed as the sole waste supplier to a new Energy from Waste plant currently under construction in Newport, South Wales, UK.
Clariant has signed an agreement to licence its cellulosic ethanol technology to Anhui Guozhen Group and Chemtex in China.
Enviva has applauded a new report, 'The Future of Bioenergy', published 5 December 2019 in the Global Change Biology journal and authored by Walter Reid and Mariam Ali of The David and Lucile Packard Foundation and Christopher Field of the Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment.