Irish company ABP Food Group has invested $29 million in a green energy plant able to produce enough sustainable energy to power the equivalent of 12,000 homes.
At the Global Sustainable Aviation Summit last week, industry experts discussed the growth of the alternative fuels market and how it can continue to grow.
Edinburgh-based Celtic Renewables Ltd. set the wheels in motion of the first car to be fueled by a whisky residue biofuel.
To-Syn-Fuel is a project funded by Horizon 2020 EU’s new research and innovation programme which aims to demonstrate the production of Synthetic Fuels and Green Hydrogen from waste biomass.
The University of Illinois Energy Farm is scheduled to receive a new biomass boiler from Germany for its greenhouse.
Biofuels industry leaders have sent an open letter to the European Commission calling for a policy framework to support European investments in advanced biofuels.
Johannesburg-based South African Airways and its low-cost subsidiary Mango have flown Africa’s first passenger flights with sustainable aviation biofuel.