Latest Blog Posts from Bioenergy

Dec
03
Potential waste deposits available for anaerobic digestion in France

The ADEME (The environment and energy control agency of France) has recently published an estimate number of potential waste deposits available for anaerobic digestion by 2030, for France. The different wastes taken into account are:

  • The agricultural wastes: livestock manure, crop residues, intermediate crops to energy-supply purposes;
  •  the resources of food and drink industries (F&D ...

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Nov
11
EBRI shortlisted for Midlands Business Award

We are thrilled to find out this week that BioenNW Lead Partner Aston University has been shortlisted as a finalist at the Midlands Business Awards (Midlands Innovative University of the Year category) for the ground-breaking work we do here at EBRI. We’re up against other four other Midlands universities  – Coventry, Staffordshire, Northampton and Nottingham ...

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Jan
31
Development of a New Bioenergy Development & Decision Support Scheme

A Bioenergy Development and Decision Support Scheme (DSS) is being developed as part of BioenNW to assess the potential for local bioenergy projects in the five project regions.

The development of the DSS is being led by the Centre for Low Carbon Research at Birmingham City University in the UK. BioenNW combines the knowledge and ...

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