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Plans revealed for Cumbria-based SRF-gasification facility

An artist's impression of the EfW plant

Development joins a mini UK-based rival in plants being developed with versions of gasification technology


Beddington EfW hit by further outage

The EfW plant

UK: Facility was offline in October, but a second issue last month was averted due to the EfW plant’s turbine and back-up generators “performing correctly” during the following incident

Geminor concerned about ongoing TFS delays


EWB has reported on issues in UK and Sweden, while Geminor also says it has had problems in Poland, Denmark, and Italy

Wales claims to only landfill 1.6% of waste


Newly released data is vague on tonnages and unclear over whether it includes waste sent for disposal outside of Wales

New consultation over RDF-producing site after air-emissions report left out

The entrance to site, image copyright

UK: Plans want to increase site waste-processing volume from 237,010t/yr to 300,000t/yr

Powerfuel Portland EfW appeal under way

An artist's impression of the EfW plant

UK: Appeal process was confirmed in the summer with a decision expected next year

UK’s largest biomethane-to-grid facility gets greenlight

An artist's impression of the biogas plant

Facility aims to process up to 304,000t/yr of feedstock and could produce enough biomethane to refuel 1,000 HGVs daily

Velocys’ sale shows while SAF could be groundbreaking it is also no ‘silver bullet’

Velocys plans an Immingham-based SAF-production facility

Sale of business comes as it failed to raise funds to build out its plans, and only a week after the first transatlantic flight powered on SAF left the UK

European biomethane production up 20% last year - EBA


Dependence on natural gas import also grew, according to latest sector report

Cory signs deal to ship CO2 to Viking CCS project

Cory's current plant (left) and the construction site of its new one

CO2 emissions from the London-based EfW business will be shipped and stored via the Humber-based cluster under an “exclusive contract”

Ørsted starts construction of Denmark's first carbon capture project

The Advedøre Power Station

Project aims to capture and store emissions from the woodchip-fired Asnæs plant and the straw-fired unit at Avedøre facility

Drax reveals increased sales to other bioenergy plants


New deal to supply “major European-based utility company” with 1Mt/yr adds to the company's total of more than 17Mt/yr of long-term biomass sales and comes after rival supplier Enviva revealed it was struggling financially

Klemetsrud EfW plant signs new carbon capture deal

The EfW plant

Norway: FEED deal moves forward one of Europe’s most developed carbon capture projects after a previous deal appears to have been dropped over costs

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