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World Population Day: The importance of the waste-to-energy relationship

World Population Day, established in 1989 by the Governing Council of the United Nations Development Programme, is observed on 11 July every year.

Austria’s Salzburg employs biopower to decarbonise heating

Salzburg AG has ordered a complete turnkey BioPower power plant to produce green electricity and heat for the city of Salzburg, Austria.

Bioenergy, the undervalued pillar of the clean energy transition

The International Renewable Energy Agency discusses the role bioenergy can play in the transition to clean energy resources.

Sustainable water management and impact on bioenergy production

To avoid a substantial increase in water scarcity, biomass plantations for energy production need sustainable water management, according to a new report released by the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research.

ARENA seeks public input to deliver Bioenergy Roadmap

ARENA will be working alongside ENEA Consulting and Deloitte to gather input from the public to develop the country’s Bioenergy Roadmap.
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New EU industrial strategy bodes well for industry says Bioenergy Europe

Energy non-profit Bioenergy Europe has released a statement welcoming the new European Industrial Strategy, which provides important reference for the development of the European industry.

SoCalGas adds more cows to energy mix – 75,000 now powering grid system

SoCalGas and Calgren Dairy Fuels have increased the number of farms and cows to produce more renewable natural gas.

How China is turning up the heat on waste

As the world is shifting toward adopting sustainable and effective methods to tackling the global waste crisis, innovative designs and forward thinking developments are being made within the waste-to-energy sector in China.

Renewable Energy Group shuts down Texas biodiesel plant

Renewable Energy Group is closing its New Boston, Texas biorefinery due to challenging business conditions and continued federal policy uncertainty, most notably the long-lapsed federal biodiesel tax credit. The company acquired the 15-million gallon per-year...
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New £21 million energy research centre to boost UK low-carbon transition

The centre will develop next generation, affordable carbon capture technologies, and allow global companies and startups access to advanced testing facilities, and to collaborate with academics for the further development of renewable energy, bioenergy, and smart grid technologies.