EU-funded report confirms wood industry by-products make up the largest portion of bioenergy plants’ feedstock at 49%
Company says it is striving for carbon neutrality through increased biogas production
UK: Facility faced strong local opposition, with campaigners now vowing to begin monitoring air quality at the site ahead of construction
Latest statistical report reveals nearly 20,000 facilities produce 167TWh of biogas and 26TWh of biomethane annually
Residual waste streams should also “have [access to] secure treatment” says the trade body as ENVI Committee is due to vote tomorrow on the New Circular Economy Action Plan
Jannicke Gerner Bjerkås, director of CO2 capture at Norway’s largest EfW plant, speaks to ENDS about Europe’s renewed enthusiasm for carbon capture and storage, and why going ‘carbon negative’ is no pipe dream
Deal involves the UK’s first fully operational commercial-scale SRF pellet-production facility and will see biomass-derived feedstocks replaced with waste
Finland: Facility is due to be handed over in autumn next year
Netherlands: EfW plants have suffered financially as the tax enters its second year
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This month: The EU ETS should not be extended to EfW plants, BWSC shifts away from EfW and bioenergy plant builds, Suez and BP work on the UK’s first CCS project at an EfW plant, still no EIA for the Barry biomass plant and Nature Energy is building another large-scale facility
This month: Two judicial reviews and two wins for the EfW plants, crooks cashing in on plastic exports, Edmonton EfW plant deal down to three bidders, Corby EfW plant develops, Lynemouth Power offline and Ductor to deliver 200 biogas-producing plants
Mark Sommerfeld, policy manager at the Association of Renewable Energy and Clean Technology (REA) and Chris Winward, chief commercial officer at Privilege Finance, share their views on what a truly supportive policy for AD looks like
This month: English RDF exports collapse, Norway’s CCUS project moves forward, LafargeHolcim reveals plans to double waste processing by 2030 and Severn Water unveiled plans for another thermal hydrolysis-powered facility
This month: Three more waste-gasification hit the buffers, UK faces legal action over excluding EfW plants from its planned ETS, Covanta calls for “dialogue” with protesters and Hoddesdon and Uskmouth-based facilities move forward