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Average Annual Growth, Belgium, 2001 - 2011
Feb
27
Bioenergy in Belgium

Belgium (Federal level)

In 2011 the renewable share of total output passed the 10 % mark (10.8 %), through the steady development of its three main sectors – biomass, wind power and PV power.

The biomass sector remains at the head of the renewable sectors and continued to expand (growing 8.5 % over 2010), albeit ...

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EBRI, Aston University is shorlisted for this year's UK Climate Week Awards
Feb
20
EBRI shortlisted for Climate Week’s best technological breakthrough

BioenNW’s Lead Partner, the European Bioenergy Research Institute (EBRI) at Aston University, has been shortlisted in the ‘Best Technological Breakthrough’ category of this year’s national UK Climate Week Awards.

EBRI is shortlisted for its Pyroformer™ technology, an innovative sustainable energy solution developed by its researchers that could dramatically reduce the world’s reliance on fossil fuels....

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Feb
05
BioenNW in Germany

After the official launch on 26 October 2012, the German Bioenergy Support Centre (BSC) has started developing a bioenergy network. This network will work closely with stakeholders to provide practical bioenergy solutions and will attract members from all backgrounds such as: feedstock suppliers, technology providers, waste management companies, energy business/ grid operators, investors, universities/ research ...

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Feb
04
Combining Anaerobic Digestion & Intermediate Pyrolysis

The first technology as part of BioenNW has been installed at Harper Adams University (HAU) in Shropshire, UK. A Pyroformer™ (developed by EBRI researchers) is operational on the HAU campus and extensive testing has been taking place since April this year. The tests have enabled BioenNW to look at the integrated operation of intermediate pyrolysis ...

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