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Twelve SMEs, industrial, and scientific partners, co-ordinated by Fraunhofer UMSICHT, are participating in a new ambitious research project named TO-SYN-FUEL which will build, operate, and demonstrate the production of Synthetic Fuels and Green Hydrogen from waste biomass.
A team of chemical and biological engineers at the University of Wisconsin–Madison has found a way to produce from biomass a valuable compound used in plastic production that they estimate could lower the cost of ethanol produced from plant material by more than two dollars per gallon.
The global algae biofuel market is expected to reach $10.73 billion US by 2025, according to a new report by Grand View Research, Inc. Declining fossil fuel resources as well as rising awareness of environmental protection are expected to be the key factors driving industry growth.
The 4th International Conference on Renewable Energy Gas Technology has a technical and industrial focus and is directed towards microbial and thermochemical conversion of biomass and waste to biomethane, Power-to-gas, biomass gasification for CHP production, and cryogenic upgrading/liquefaction.
GoBiGas is the world’s first industrial scale plant for production of biomethane through gasification and methanation of biomass, also called bioSNG. The plant with a capacity of 20 MWbioSNG is based on indirect gasification.
IBSCE 2017 brings together scientists, innovators, and industrial experts from around the world working to implement bioenergy technologies, communicate, enhance their understanding, and share their experiences in order to discuss the role of bioenergy in the Asian context.
The European Biomass Conference and Exhibition (EUBCE) is a world class annual event which, since 1980, is held at different venues throughout Europe.
Researchers at the Argonne National Laboratory and the University of Illinois at Chicago have found a way to convert carbon dioxide into a usable energy source using sunlight.