By Lisa Gibson
The strength of a biomass power project can hinge on the credibility and detail of a fuel supply agreement. Aside from the fact that a plant can't operate without feedstock, the lack of a solid, sustainable fuel supply will exponentially decrease the
By Lisa Gibson
San Jose, Calif., will be home to the country's first commercial organic waste dry anaerobic fermentation process, translated from applications across Europe and modified to create a reference and model for installations in the U.S.
Biomass cogeneration, or combined heat and power, applications are expected to move the U.S. toward greater energy security and a cleaner environment.
By Erin Voegele
Development of dedicated biodiesel infrastructure can lower costs while increasing fuel quality and market opportunities.
By Bryan Sims
Europe furthers its investigation into U.S., and more recently, Argentine biodiesel imports while Australia follows suit.
By Luke Geiver
Advancements in handling and distribution of waste oil in the supply chain are reshaping the landscape for producers working to turn fry oil into fuel.
By Kristina Gerber and Denise Johnston
Gills Onions' new energy recovery system converts about 300,000 pounds per day of onion waste to methane gas that feeds two 300-kilowatt fuel cells. The system is efficiently offsetting all of the company's baseload power costs while reducing carbon
By Jerry Carter and Zach Platsis
Industrial and manufacturing companies can realize cost, efficiency and operational benefits from an integrated energy master plan versus the conventional piecemeal approach to managing energy and sustainability initiatives.