On Site Renewables
The bio-heating boiler plant delivered for clean energy company Fortum to Espoo, Finland, has been officially handed over for commercial use.
In the summer of 2020, the German plant manufacturer WELTEC BIOPOWER will start building a biogas plant in Veria, northern Greece.
Valmet will supply automation to a new waste-to-energy facility in Moscow, Russia. The order was placed by Zurich-based Hitachi Zosen Inova.
Bioenergy Europe has launched the first chapter of its Statistical Report 2020, which provides an in-depth analysis of Bioelectricity's role in decarbonising the EU’s power grid.
ARENA has selected ENEA Consulting and Deloitte, and is seeking input from the public to develop the country’s Bioenergy Roadmap.
Volvo’s bus plant in Borås has now become one of the first bus production facilities to rely solely on renewable energy.
The boiler will have a thermal capacity of 20 MW and will be based on Valmet’s bubbling fluidized bed (BFB) technology with Advanced Combustion Zone.
The Embassy of Brazil in South Africa is set to host a high-level Policy Forum to highlight opportunities in Bioenergy, Bioelectricity and Biofuels.
Vital Energi has signed a contract to develop a new waste-to-energy facility near Burton Upon Trent.