November 12, 2014
BY Enerkem Inc.
New independent analysis by Public First, ‘Mind the gap: Exploring Britain’s energy crunch’, commissioned by Drax Group, reveals that the U.K. will hit an energy security “crunch point” in 2028.
The USDA Rural Business Cooperative Service on Jan. 24 published proposed rule that aims to update the agency’s Biobased Markets (Biopreferred) Program. A public comment period on the proposed rule is open through March 25.
Lallemand Biofuels & Distilled Spirits on Jan. 23 announced a partnership with Braskem to jointly develop renewable chemicals. The two companies will first explore products for the solvents segment.
The U.K. government is considering extending subsidies for biomass power producers that plan to develop bioenergy with carbon capture and storage (BECCS) capacity. A public consultation is open through Feb. 29.
The U.K. government on Jan. 16 approved plans for Drax Power Ltd.’s proposed bioenergy with carbon capture and storage (BECCS) project that will capture carbon dioxide emissions from up to two existing biomass units at Drax Power Station.
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