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18 03 2021 | 10:53

Native Energy : Producing biofuels in Kenya

According to Maslow hierarchy of needs, food is part of the very basic needs.  However, preparing the said food in most parts of Africa becomes expensive financially and socially especially in Kenya…

21 05 2020 | 11:59

Inexpensive process converts waste seaweed into biofuel, fertilizer and more.

Thanks to factors such as agricultural fertilizer runoff, Sargassum seaweed is growing out of control in many regions – it washes up on beaches in huge amounts. Utilizing a new technique, that…

13 11 2019 | 09:37

Biogas plant that will fuel the transport sector in UK gets the go-ahead.

Plans to build a biogas plant that will generate enough fuel to power up to 1,000 low carbon HGV’s and buses every year has been approved by Chester Council. Plans to build a biogas plant that will…

10 11 2019 | 05:29

Shipping companies, retailers look to develop cleaner marine biofuel.

LONDON, Oct 29 (Reuters) - Top shipping, retail and transport companies are looking to develop an alternative marine fuel which aims to reduce carbon emissions from ships, in another step to push the…

03 11 2019 | 07:36

What’s driving mobility into the 2020s?

Road transport faces a number of challenges heading into the next decade, as competition, environmental and social issues all exert influence over the sector. Here is an overview of the challenges on…

02 09 2019 | 08:30

Kenya warms to the water hyacinth as wonder source of biofuel.

This invasive plant was reviled for clogging rivers but now it’s helping provide cleaner energy and protect health. It is 9am on the shores of Lake Victoria’s Winam Gulf in Kenya’s Kisumu county.…

01 08 2019 | 07:53

Bright Biomethane Supplies Biogas Upgrading System to Netherland’s Largest WWTP.

Bright Biomethane has supplied a biogas upgrading system with membrane separation technology to the largest waste water treatment plant (WWTP) in the Netherlands: WWTP Harnaschpolder of the Delfland…

30 07 2019 | 17:49

BP says biofuel to add to rather than replace gasoline in Brazil.

LONDON (Reuters) - BP (BP.L) does not expect supply from additional biofuel capacity in Brazil - where it is combining its unit with U.S. grain trader Bunge’s (BG.N) - to replace diesel and gasoline…

03 06 2019 | 15:26

Could Hybrid Electric Planes Fly Commercial? Airbus And SAS Aim To Find Out.

Will hybrid electric aircraft be viable for commercial service in the not-so-distant future? Airbus and SAS Scandinavian Airlines are collaborating to explore the technology's potential.  Facing…

08 05 2019 | 08:43

Is Biomass the Most Reliable Form of Renewable Energy?

LOS ANGELES -- This edition of Virtually Rick is a load of garbage -- literally! But wait, there’s some good stuff in here, we’re talking not a bio mess, but biomass; a fantastic means of creating…

04 05 2019 | 12:02

Cheaper, Cleaner Biofuel May Be Right Around The Corner.

By combining an unorthodox solvent and a genetically engineered bacterium, a team of researchers at Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) in Worcester, Massachusetts has discovered a groundbreaking…

05 04 2019 | 08:52

Don't know how to save the planet? This is what you can do

Should we become vegetarians? Is it OK to fly? The author of There Is No Planet B, A Handbook for the Make or Break Years, answers the big questions.

24 03 2019 | 09:51

First Inland Vessel Fueled by 100% Sustainable Biofuel.

Dutch company GoodFuels and partner Reinplus Fiwado Bunker have fuelled the For Ever, the first inland vessel from Combined Cargo Terminals (CCT) that runs fully on 100 percent sustainable biofuels…

21 03 2019 | 12:15

Bright skies for plant-based jet fuels.

With an estimated daily fuel demand of more than 5 million barrels per day, the global aviation sector is incredibly energy-intensive and almost entirely reliant on petroleum-based fuels. Unlike…

05 03 2019 | 14:02

Sustainable Connectivity: How Biofuels Can Boost Mobile Access, Support Small Farmers – And Fight Climate Change

In rural villages across communities in Africa and Asia, families stay connected with distant loved ones, and benefit from reduced information and transaction costs, by using a mobile phone — but…