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Biomass

In response to evidence that it may be worse for the climate than burning coal and gas, the EU is considering tightening rules governing...

Agriculture

Biomass Energy Generation is the process where agricultural products are used directly to create electric power. This specific technology and process is critical in...

Biomass

Electricity generation from solar resources in the United States reached 77 million megawatthours (MWh) in 2017, surpassing for the first time annual generation from...

Fossil Fuels

Researchers at Osaka University have created a catalyst that breaks down chemicals derived from biomass into industrial feedstocks for making plastics. The process is...

Agriculture

The burning of biomass in the Amazon releases particulate matter air pollution that causes oxidative stress as well as severe DNA damage in human...

Biomass

Consumer products giant Procter and Gamble has completed a 50 megawatt biomass-fired cogeneration facility at its paper products factory in Albany, Georgia in partnership...

Biomass

Solar power may be able to create hydrogen from biomass at room temperature, which may open the door to a hydrogen economy.

Biomass

A new study has concluded that transitioning to wind and solar power would be a cheaper option for the United Kingdom to replace its...

Clean Power

A new clean power concept from Purdue University combines concentrating solar power with biomass for a sustainable hydrogen-based economy.

Clean Power

Last month, Enel Green Power commissioned the world’s geothermal-biomass hybrid power plant in Tuscany, Italy. Enel Green Power recently announced that it has added...

Biomass

The large-scale utilization of electricity generated from biomass partnered with carbon capture technology — dubbed bioenergy with carbon capture and sequestration (BECCS) by the...

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