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  • A global window for Petrokraft

    World Bioenergy 2008 was a key platform for the launch of Petrokraft’s biofuel system PETRO Compact Ecoflame System, or PCES. One important use of the system is to convert industrial oil furnaces to biofuel. Now the Swedish company, which is a leader in the field of combustion and control engineering, is hoping to strengthen its international focus at World Bioenergy 2010. “The trade fair is an ...


    By Elmia AB

  • Biofuel gasification in unique CHP plant

    IQR Systems has developed a biofuel gasifier for 2-25 MWth production. The gasifier can be implemented in full scale CHP plants and the construction of plant number two is now up and running. The gasification unit that now is being built is going to use various kinds of biomass fuels - with a moisture contents of up to 60%. A similar 14 MW gasification unit is since 2008 ...


    By IQR Systems AB

  • General mills Methuen warehouse is company’s first solar powered U.S. facility

    Advancing General Mills" commitment to renewable energy, the company today announced a major solar energy initiative at its Methuen, Mass., facility. With the installation of solar panels now complete, solar energy is expected to supply nearly 80 percent of the warehouse"s summertime power needs, and 40 percent of its needs the rest of the year. The site, which produces yogurt, is the company"s ...

  • BC to fund clean energy projects

    The Government of British Columbia has announced funding allocations for a diverse array of clean energy technology development applications under the Province’s Innovative Clean Energy (ICE) Fund. The ICE funding will be used to lever investments totalling nearly $80 million. The $25 million in funding was announced by newly appointed Technology, Trade and Economic Development ...


    By GLOBE SERIES

  • Four energy policies can keep the 2 °C climate goal alive

    Warning that the world is not on track to limit the global temperature increase to 2 degrees Celsius, the International Energy Agency (IEA) on Monday urged governments to swiftly enact four energy policies that would keep climate goals alive without harming economic growth. “Climate change has quite frankly slipped to the back burner of policy priorities. But the ...


    By International Energy Agency

  • Redevelopment Project thru Private-Public Partnership

    Executive Summary of China City Redevelopment Project thru Private-Public Partnership Initiative (CRPPPI) with Initial funding from a China State-owned Bank   ...

  • Four energy policies can keep the 2 °C climate goal alive

    Warning that the world is not on track to limit the global temperature increase to 2 degrees Celsius, the International Energy Agency (IEA) urges governments to swiftly enact four energy policies that would keep climate goals alive without harming economic growth. "Climate change has quite frankly slipped to the back burner of policy priorities. But the problem is not ...


    By GLOBE SERIES

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