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<img src="http://biomassmagazine.com/uploads/posts/web/2021/07/resize/UKGoogle_16251768138362-300×300-noup.jpg" title="SOURCE: Google Maps&lt/small>” /> The U.K. Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy on June 30 announced that the U.K. government will move up the deadline to remove unabated coal from the country’s energy mix by one year, to Oct. 1 2024. The move supports the U.K.’s plans to achieve net-zero greenhouse gas
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Reading Time: 4 minutes Many people take power generation for granted, especially because the technology behind it works in the background. Most people who benefit from this readily available energy never see the infrastructure that makes it possible. Even so, digital technology is instrumental in helping power generation stay reliable and up-to-date. Here are some
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By Southwest Gas Corp. | June 22, 2021 <img src="http://biomassmagazine.com/uploads/posts/web/2021/06/resize/SouthwestGasLogo_16244008302351-300×300-noup.jpg" title="&lt/small>” /> Southwest Gas is working to bring a clean, renewable source of energy to market from unconventional origins you might not think of when warming homes, washing or drying clothes, or cooking a great meal. Meet renewable natural gas (RNG). RNG is a renewable
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<img src="http://biomassmagazine.com/uploads/posts/web/2021/06/resize/DraxPhoenix_16243134851329-300×300-noup.jpg" title="SOURCE: Drax Group plc&lt/small>” /> Swedish-based Phoenix BioPower and renewable energy company Drax Group, a global leader in sustainable biomass power generation, are exploring ways to drive down the costs of second-generation bioenergy with carbon capture and storage (BECCS) technology. The feasibility study by Phoenix BioPower will look at how energy-efficient gas turbines
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<img src="http://www.biomassmagazine.com/uploads/posts/web/2021/06/resize/REALogoNew_1623968361101-300×300-noup.jpg" title="&lt/small>” /> The U.K. Association for Renewable Energy and Clean Technology submitted comments to the U.K. Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy in early June urging the government to reassert its commitment to delivering a strong biomass sector by continuing to build on existing bioenergy heat, transport and power sectors. The BEIS
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PITTSBURGH–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Wabtec Corporation (NYSE: WAB) and the Port of Kiel celebrated the installation of a sustainable shore power solution to support cruise operators. ShoreCONNECT has potential to reduce nearly all emissions from cruise ships by providing shore power, while berthing at the port. “The installation of our ShoreCONNECT solution will advance the port’s sustainability efforts,”
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<img src="http://biomassmagazine.com/uploads/posts/web/2021/06/resize/FrontlineBioEnergy_16233626276455-300×300-noup.jpg" title="On June 8, Frontline BioEnergy delivered the final module of the Stine pyrolysis plant to the project site in Redfield, Iowa. The facility will transform biomass into biochar and bio-oil. Operations are expected to begin this summer. SOURCE: Frontline BioEnergy &lt/small>” /> On June 8, Frontline BioEnergy delivered the final module of the
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At SNEC Shanghai, Peng Jianhua, President of Site Power Facility, Huawei Digital Power Technologies Co., Ltd., released the full series of comprehensive off-grid fuel removal power solution iPowerCube to the global audience. June 9, 2021 Huawei Serving as an inclusive power supply in all scenarios, the solutions provide cost-effective, green, and reliable power for people’s
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<img src="http://biomassmagazine.com/uploads/posts/web/2021/06/resize/BayoTechLogo_16227583741318-300×300-noup.jpg" title="&lt/small>” /> BayoTech and IBMS Group on May 24 announced an agreement to launch the U.K.’s first renewable hydrogen project using biomethane from food waste as a feedstock.  The project will produce 1,000 kilograms of renewable hydrogen per day to fuel zero-emission vehicles in the London and Surrey regions of the U.K. The partnership
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With a power purchase agreement, commercial facilities can take advantage of solar with no upfront cost. But there are a few caveats. Here’s what you should know. By Matthew E. Cox and Raziye Andican   Green Solar energy is a hot topic within the buildings and construction industries and will continue to grow in the
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Many cleaning contractors and building owners/managers have limited or stopped selecting ready-to-use (RTU) cleaning products over the years. However, most cleaning chemical manufacturers continue to make these products. In fact, since the start of the pandemic, some manufacturers and distributors report sales of RTU products have increased considerably. Why do ready-to-use products remain popular? Why
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By Casella Waste Systems Inc. | May 21, 2021 <img src="http://biomassmagazine.com/uploads/posts/web/2021/05/resize/Casella_16216284763368-300×300-noup.jpg" title="&lt/small>” /> Casella Waste Systems Inc., in partnership with Rudarpa Inc. officially broke ground on a renewable natural gas (RNG) processing facility on May 19 at its North Country Environmental Services disposal facility in Bethlehem, New Hampshire. Project partners and local officials took part
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Wind farms are proliferating as the United States increasingly embraces renewable energy, and the nation’s largest wind turbine testing facility — in North Charleston — is playing a supporting role. The Clemson University facility tests the giant machines that turn wind into electricity at the Dominion Energy Innovation Center. The Duke Energy eGRID in the same facility tests
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A recent report on DC power revealed some interesting trends related to data center operations and power. Learn what data center conditions look like today and going forward. ” data-credit=”Image: simonkr/E+/Getty images” Image: simonkr/E+/Getty images Data center solutions provider ABB Power Conversion recently released a detailed report regarding data center power and operations. Here are
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<img src="http://biodieselmagazine.com/uploads/posts/web/2021/04/resize/NBBHealth_16197449751567-300×300-noup.jpg" title="SOURCE: National Biodiesel Board &lt/small>” /> A new study from Trinity Consultants demonstrates that switching to biodiesel results in a multitude of benefits at the neighborhood level, including significant health benefits such as decreased cancer risk, fewer premature deaths and reduced asthma attacks. The study, sponsored by the National Biodiesel Board with support
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A new power management system for trailers from Purkeys allows fleets, distribution centers, and trailer manufacturers to safely and easily connect hybrid electric transport refrigeration units to 480-volt shore power, meeting CARB reefer and other anti-idling regulations. Photo: Screen shot of Purkeys video Mission Critical Electronics and its Purkeys subsidiary say they have an answer
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A first for GE Southern Power Generation’s 1440 MW Combined Cycle track 4A power project Malaysia is targeting a 45% reduction in CO2 emissions by 2030. The country of 33 million consists of several large, hilly islands and a peninsula where open land suitable for building large wind or solar farms are scarce. The country’s
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<img src="http://www.ethanolproducer.com/uploads/posts/web/2021/04/resize/ADMQ12021_16195679231456-300×300-noup.jpg" title="RCE: Archer Daniels Midland Co. &lt/small>” /> Archer Daniels Midland Co. released first quarter financial results on April 27, reporting significantly higher results for its carbohydrate solutions business segment, which includes its ethanol production business, and the restart of two idle ethanol plants. ADM said starches and sweeteners, including ethanol production from wet
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