Despite a decline in its paper product sector, Wisconsin holds the reins to an industry that shows enormous potential for cofiring with fossil fuels: pellets made from industrial paper waste.
Cofiring torrefied biomass with coal seems like a great way to reduce emissions, but is it economical?
Biomass Power & Thermal investigates potential technical and safety issues involved in storing and handling biomass at cofired power plants.
While cofiring woody biomass with coal is more common on a testing scale than commercial, most issues related to co-combustion within the boiler can be alleviated with proper fuel sizing and blending.
Undefined mixed cultures traditionally used to produce methane through anaerobic digestion show potential for creating higher-value carboxylates
Bond financing is here—and all signs point to a perfect match
Industry leaders take the stage at the International Biomass Conference to discuss policy objectives and collaboration opportunities
By Luke Geiver
A researcher and a producer explain what it will take
By Bryan Sims
A recap of regional biodiesel developments and a look ahead
By Erin Voegele
The European biodiesel sector faces unique challenges
By Ron Kotrba
The nation's first biodiesel-powered school bus has made its last run
Strong tax incentives, a highly trained workforce, ample forestry materials and government investment in research and development make Ontario a great location for biomass power development.
A technique based on carbon dating will soon be used in the U.K. to determine the proportion of energy from waste that is renewable.