Wind turbines
Number of ROCs issued in 2017/18 up 16.7% on previous year

That’s according to the latest statistical release from BEIS, which shows this equated to a 15% rise in generation

Chicken
Scottish chickens cooperate to generate eggcellent amount of energy

More than 128,000 hens at the Glenhead of Aldouran farm in Stranraer create enough manure to provide a reliable energy feedstock for the farm

Guest Blog: Linda Taylor – Industry uniting behind the benefits of bioenergy

Bioenergy is the little-known leader of British renewables. That was the declaration made by the REA following the first instalment of its Bioenergy Strategy Review.

Biomass wood chippings
Biomass ‘now provides 11% of UK’s electricity’

The Renewable Energy Association says this is equivalent to four Sizewell B Nuclear power stations

Guest Blog: Richard Burrell – The Biomass Trilemma: threat or opportunity?

So, what is the Biomass Trilemma? Put simply there are three key issues at play: the policy landscape, air quality and the importance of heat decarbonisation.

Avocado
Avocado stones could help save the world… but how?!

A Mexican company is using the large seeds to create biodegradable polymers

Coal and biomass pellets
France ‘must close coal plants rather than convert to biomass’

Green groups from across 19 countries have written an open letter to French Environment Minister François de Rugy

Guest Blog: Linda Taylor – 2019 promises to be a breakthrough year for biomass

The Climate Change Committee estimated that bioenergy’s total contribution to UK total energy could more than double by 2050.

Guest Blog: Gill Alker – Renewable Heat

Could your organisation be missing out on Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) payments?

Guest Blog : Richard Burrell – Clean Air Strategy Announcement

Government rightly puts the focus on household wood-burning stoves to improve air quality