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Support for Drax fired up by new biomass subsidy – The Times

The TimesSupport for Drax fired up by new biomass subsidyThe TimesDrax, the FTSE 250 energy giant that is switching from burning coal to renewable biomass, has been in demand after receiving a boost from government subsidies. The company is due to swit…

Japan’s eRex plans huge FiT-less biomass power project – Renewables Now

Renewables NowJapan’s eRex plans huge FiT-less biomass power projectRenewables NowAugust 16 (Renewables Now) – Japanese power producer eRex Co Ltd (TYO:9517) confirmed it plans to build a large-scale biomass power generation facility after a local media report said the company is seeking a location for a 300-MW project. ERex said in …

The Beauty of Biomass – The Good Men Project (blog)

The Good Men Project (blog)The Beauty of BiomassThe Good Men Project (blog)Recognizing that renewable energy may require something more dependable than silicon wafers and neodymium generators, the biomass district heating system occupied a central part…

Tour the Yard at the Drax Biomass facility in Morehouse – Monroe News Star

Monroe News StarTour the Yard at the Drax Biomass facility in MorehouseMonroe News StarDrax Biomass converts pine timber and sawmill residual fiber into biomass pellets that are used to generate power in the United Kingdom. by Taboola by Taboola. AD CONTENT. LikelyStuff · Mom’s Twins Are Different Colors. 18 Years Later, They Look So …

Biomass: Cutting edge, cutting emissions – Power Engineering International

Biomass: Cutting edge, cutting emissionsPower Engineering InternationalKnown by locals as the ‘Wedding Cake’ due to its multi-tiered form on the Stockholm cityscape, the boiler house at Värtaverket KVV8 biomass CHP plant has been shortlisted for two prestigious global architectural awards. And inside the terracotta-clad …

Plants Dominate the Planet’s Biomass – Scientific American

Scientific AmericanPlants Dominate the Planet’s BiomassScientific AmericanAbout 80 percent of Earth’s biomass is plant life, with humans about equal to krill way down the heft chart. Full Transcript. Hi, I’m Scientific American podcast editor Steve Mirsky. And here’s a short piece from the August 2018 issue of the magazine …

Weltec Group buys 2.2-MW biogas plant in North Germany – Canadian Biomass

Canadian BiomassWeltec Group buys 2.2-MW biogas plant in North GermanyCanadian BiomassAug. 14, 2018 – Nordmethan GmbH, a company of the Weltec Biopower Group, has taken over an insolvent biogas plant in Südergellersen, Lower Saxony. The German specialist for the development and operation of biomethane and biogas plants will fully …

Override the governor’s biomass vetoes – New Hampshire Business … – New Hampshire Business Review

New Hampshire Public RadioOverride the governor’s biomass vetoes – New Hampshire Business …New Hampshire Business ReviewTo the editor: The governor’s vetoes of Senate Bills 365 and 446 must be overturned. Here is why: Stand on any hilltop or mountain in New Hampshire and what …Sununu Pushes Back As Mayors Join Fight Against Energy Vetoes …New Hampshire Public Radioall 3 news articles »

Japan to host one of world’s largest biomass power plants – Nikkei Asian Review

Nikkei Asian ReviewJapan to host one of world’s largest biomass power plantsNikkei Asian ReviewTOKYO — Power supplier eRex will build its largest biomass power plant to date in Japan, hoping the facility’s scale will provide healthy margins and a means of skipping the government’s feed-in tariff program. The Tokyo-based electric company is in …

Biomass pollutes; don’t subsidize it, by John Lajoie – The Keene Sentinel

Biomass pollutes; don’t subsidize it, by John LajoieThe Keene SentinelBiomass is dirty and unsustainable. See the film “Burned: Are Trees the New Coal?” to get a fuller picture of how burning large quantities of trees pollutes. In a sympathetic but damning Aug. 5 article about the Springfield biomass facility, the Valley …

Energy out front: Sununu defends biomass veto – The Union Leader

Energy out front: Sununu defends biomass vetoThe Union LeaderForcing ratepayers across New Hampshire to subsidize biomass plants that can’t compete at market rates will benefit the people who supply the wood that is turned into energy. But it would do so by driving up costs for businesses and families across the …

Energy out front: Sununu defends biomass veto – The Union Leader

Energy out front: Sununu defends biomass vetoThe Union LeaderForcing ratepayers across New Hampshire to subsidize biomass plants that can’t compete at market rates will benefit the people who supply the wood that is turned into energy. But it would do so by driving up costs for businesses and families across the …