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Assessment of sustainable biomass potentials in BioenNW regions
Mar
25
Assessment of sustainable biomass potential in BioenNW regions

First results from GIS-based modelling at KIT-ITAS

KIT-ITAS has developed a Geographic Information System-based (GIS) model to assess the sustainable potentials and the corresponding spatial distribution for different types of organic residues and wastes, e.g. agricultural and municipal waste. This model is currently being applied to the five BioenNW regions – West Midlands (UK), Eindhoven ...

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Tony Bridgwater
Mar
21
Renewable Futures: the Sustainability of Biomass

Professor Tony Bridgwater, Director of BioenNW Lead Partner, the European Bioenergy Research Institute, shares his thoughts on the sustainability of biomass, carbon capture and storage and how EBRI is advancing bioenergy technology processes.

Biomass is quite amazing. Take some carbon dioxide out of the air, some water out of the ground, shine a bit of ...

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Mar
03
Skills directory of key biomass energy players in Wallonia and Brussels produced

Belgian BioenNW partner, Cluster Tweed, has recently compiled a directory of the bioenergy industry’s key players in Wallonia and Brussels. This directory includes 79 companies, research centers, consulting firms, and universities with headquarters or operations in the Walloon or Brussels regions.

Each player has been classified according to 3 factors:

1. Position in the horizontal ...

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