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Sener to Develop Biomass Satellite Assembly Devices for ESA – Via Satellite

Via SatelliteSener to Develop Biomass Satellite Assembly Devices for ESAVia SatelliteSener will design, manufacture and test devices for the assembly of the Biomass satellite, a mission of the European Space Agency (ESA) under the Earth Explorer program. The program’s objective is to find answers to the most important scientific …

CO2 GRO foliar spray takes step towards approval – Canadian Biomass

Canadian BiomassCO2 GRO foliar spray takes step towards approvalCanadian BiomassMay 11, 2018 – Toronto-based CO2 GRO Inc. has announced progress to having its patented CO2 Foliar Spray technology approved for use by Canadian Licensed Producer (LP) cannabis companies. Health Canada’s Pest Management Regulatory Agency …

Emails: Perdue’s donors, agency coordinated on biomass – E&E News

E&E NewsEmails: Perdue’s donors, agency coordinated on biomassE&E NewsAgriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue’s longtime donors and friends were beneficiaries of a new EPA policy declaring that burning biomass for energy doesn’t increase heat-trapping carbon emissions. Earl and Wanda Barrs, who own and operate a tree farm, …

New report on biomass supply and demand in Asia to 2030 – Canadian Biomass

New report on biomass supply and demand in Asia to 2030Canadian BiomassMay 9, 2018 – Asia’s demand for biomass is growing rapidly. Wood pellet imports into South Korea and Japan have grown exponentially in the past few years. In 2017 South Korea imported 2.4Mt of wood pellets, 20 times more than was imported in 2012.and more »

Solar Surpasses Biomass to Become Third-Biggest Renewable Energy Source in US – Power Engineering Magazine

Power Engineering MagazineSolar Surpasses Biomass to Become Third-Biggest Renewable Energy Source in USPower Engineering MagazineThat estimation comes from the Energy Information Administration, which estimates solar resources reached 77 million MWh last year, passing biomass, which generated 64 million MWh. While solar has continually grown in recent years, biomass resources …EIA: Solar beats biomass to become third place renewable power sourceElectric Light & PowerRenewable Energy Jobs Reach 10.3 Million Worldwide in 2017 – IRENAIRENAall 124 news articles »

City of Austin one of many sucked into biomass plant money pit – The Texas Monitor

The Texas MonitorCity of Austin one of many sucked into biomass plant money pitThe Texas MonitorFor almost six years, Austin Energy customers have been paying about $54 million a year for a $128 million power plant they also paid for that isn’t producing energy. Nearly two years ago, the city of Austin hired a staff of attorneys to see if Austin …

SEPA proposes lifting biomass cap for Scottish salmon farms … – Undercurrent News

Undercurrent NewsSEPA proposes lifting biomass cap for Scottish salmon farms …Undercurrent NewsThe Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) is proposing lifting a ban restricting fish farms to 2,500 metric tons, reports the Times. The proposal will allow farms to expand into “exposed, more remote, deep-water locations with strong tides …and more »

Woody Biomass Power Supported By Suspect Claims – ecoRI news

ecoRI newsWoody Biomass Power Supported By Suspect ClaimsecoRI newsPROVIDENCE — A small power plant that runs on wood pallets and construction debris moved closer to being built after a crucial bill moved swiftly through the Senate. S2652 adds woody biomass to the list of renewable-energy generators, such as wind and …

When will the biomass bubble burst? – www.businessgreen.com

www.businessgreen.comWhen will the biomass bubble burst?www.businessgreen.comCurrently, cutting down trees and burning them for energy on a massive scale counts towards the UK’s renewable energy target (15 per cent renewable sources by 2020), and therefore qualifies for public subsidies. Power stations that burn wood (instead …

WRA Renews Call On Biomass Boiler Fuel Supply – CIWM Journal Online

CIWM Journal OnlineWRA Renews Call On Biomass Boiler Fuel SupplyCIWM Journal OnlineAs figures released earlier this week (May 2) by the World Health Organisation (WHO) revealed the most polluted towns and cities in the UK, The Wood Recyclers’ Association (WRA) has renewed its call to the industry to ensure good practice on the use of …