Biomass in Argentina is changing very fast. The inminent collapse of the energy sector started to allow the production of energy crops
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Perennial energy crops and biodiversity could be benefitial for fauna in metal contaminated soils, said a very recent article published in Biomass and Bioenergy Journal (Feb 2014).
Perennials, perennials, perennials!!! share to support them for a biobased economy in Europe!!!
Los cultivos energéticos lignocelulósicos son cada día más frecuentes y más industrias los conciben como una opción sostenible y realista a largo plazo.
Energy crops for biogas is not new in Europe. However, highest yielding energy crops in a tropical environment and combined wastes and high technology in a very sustainable approach to produce power is something never happened before.
The caribbean, with enormous risks and costs for fossil energy and fertilizers, is a great site for a biogas project with energy crops.
La biomasa en Panamá está generando cada día más interés. Sin embargo como todo negocio que comienza es mejor pedir consejo.
Energy crops can produce pellets and we give evidence on it. A lot of progress by companies developing technology and recent research produce densification in biomass from herbaceous crops.
La biomasa en Colombia puede ser una gran oportunidad ante la nueva Ley de promoción de energías renovables.
Bioenergy crops can be a good strategy for climate change adaptation. Recent studies show benefits and sinergies between energy and food.
Pakistan biomass sector is rising- The country has a huge potential to use biomass reisdues and establish energy crops for biopower.
Several difficulties push the industry in a crisis that only becomes an opportunity for progress if we consider biomass for energy, another big problem in the country.
Miscanthus, un cultivo energético con alta viabilidad en Argentina ha sido evaluado en ensayos de largo plazo en EEUU
The U.S. Energy Information Administration has released the November issue of its Short-Term Energy Outlook, predicting that the use of wood and waste biomass to generate power will increase in 2014.
Florida-based BioNitrogen Corp. was granted a patent by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office for its technology that converts biomass feedstocks into urea fertilizer. The company plans to roll out the technology in domestic and international markets.