Andritz Energy & Environment (AE&E) has won a contract from Swedish utility Mjölby-Svartadalen Energi to build a biomass-fired combined heat and power plant for the town of Mjölby, Sweden.
The National Research Council of Canada has launched a new research program -- Bioenergy Systems for Viable Stationary Applications -- to help the industry capitalize on these market opportunities.
The next generation thermal power plant will be constructed on the site of a former refinery plot and will provide 300,000 megawatt hours of power
The NEPHCB generation station will generate up to 49.9MW of renewable electricity for NOVEC customers in Southern Virginia
From April 2015 biomass industry must show fuel is sustainable or lose financial support says the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC)