A new report from Carbon Brief notes this is the first time this has happened in the history of the UK’s energy sector
A new project in Mississippi suggests the answer is yes – it will convert waste woody biomass into diesel and aviation fuel while capturing any emissions released during the process
Decarbonising the UK’s heat network is one of the biggest energy challenges we face. The role of bioenergy, including biomass, in helping meet net zero heat emissions, has been convincingly outlined by the Renewable Energy Association’s (REA) Bioenergy Strategy report this week.
The recent wave of climate change activism and the UK Government’s commitment to a net zero future have increased the pressure on business and industry to decarbonise.
ELN spoke to founder Amber Zakrzewski about her plans to convert heaps of horse dung from stables and fields across the country into biomass pellets
The joint venture aims to become a highly efficient producer of sugarcane ethanol and generate renewable electricity
The change means more than 3.3 million homes will be provided with electricity from solar, wind and biomass plants at no extra cost
Since 2013, the increase in the amount of food waste being recycled has prevented 41,500 tonnes of greenhouse gases being produced
Whilst we continue to create energy milestones, such as the UK not using any coal to generate electricity for 18 days, renewable heat generation is not making the same headlines.
The Margam Green Energy Plant has the potential to manage around 250,000 tonnes of waste wood a year