|08 Jun 18||Sustainability of forest biomass for energy and of ethanol from maize and sugarcane in Paraguay: FAO report
The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) has launched the report “Sustainability of forest biomass for energy and of ethanol from maize and sugarcane in Paraguay ", which presents the results of a two-year FAO project “Building ...
|26 Apr 18||Sustainability of biogas and cassava-based ethanol value chains in Viet Nam: FAO report
The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) launched on 26 April 2018 the report “Sustainability of biogas and cassava-based ethanol value chains in Viet Nam", which presents the results of a two-year FAO project “Building capacity for ...
|11 Dec 17||Is there enough room for bioenergy in agriculture?
Is there enough room for bioenergy in agriculture? IEA Bioenergy comes to a positive answer to this question - if bioenergy is done right, there are sufficient opportunities in agriculture for food and feed production, as well as bioenergy and ...
|06 Nov 17||Energizing the world through cooperation
An article by Maria Michela Morese, Executive Secretary of GBEP, on the linkages between GBEP's work and SDGshttp://impakter.com/energizing-world-cooperation/
|17 Oct 17||Bioenergy among most cost effective options in Europe’s energy transition
Findings from AEBIOM, the European biomass association, confirm that bioenergy is among the most effective options to achieve Europe’s clean energy transition. AEBIOM published its 2017 Statistical Report on 17 October, shortly before the European Parliament’s ENVI Committee is set ...
|18 Sep 17||'World’s first' municipal waste-to-ethanol facility starts production
Enerkem has announced that commercial production of cellulosic ethanol has started at its facility in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. According to a statement from the company, it is the first commerical scale plant in the world to produce cellulosic ethanol from ...