By Lisa Gibson and Erin Voegele
From well-rounded industry tours to a jam-packed expo hall and intriguing panel discussions, the 2011 International Biomass Conference & Expo in St. Louis lived up to its reputation as the largest and most comprehensive biomass event in the world.
By Anna Austin
Recent events in Japan may fuel a new push toward renewable energy as the country reevaluates its energy portfolio.
By Anna Austin
Cities around the nation are finding ways to squeeze every drop of value out of biogas generated at their wastewater treatment plants.
By Lisa Gibson
With expired power purchase agreements and no interested buyers, four New Hampshire biomass power plants face possible shutdowns that would impact more than just the facilities themselves.
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By Luke Geiver
It's a major award-winning process—so where is it?
By Erin Voegele
How replacing natural gas with biomass as feedstock for methanol production can improve biodiesel's already good environmental footing
By Raj Mosali and Sharath Bobbili
Sodium or potassium methylate and sulfuric acid serve their purposes well, but going multifeedstock may require deeper considerations
By James Wise and Gareth Jones
Torrefaction, pelletization and gasification can offer viable and economic means to convert coal- or oil-fired boilers to biomass.
By David M. Nelson, Mark Vonderembse, S. Subba Rao and Stephen Atkinson
Toledo's transportation authority and a local university compare costs of using biodiesel and conventional diesel
By Maria Anez-Lingerfelt
A qualitative and quantitative comparison of biodiesel separation equipment