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Advanced biofuels will stoke global warming – study

A new generation of biofuels, meant to be a low-carbon alternative, will on average emit more carbon dioxide than burning gasoline over the next few decades, a study published in Science found on Thursday

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Indian company revives closed down biomass plant

Clenergen Corporation India has acquired a mothballed biomass power plant in Namakkal, Tamil Nadu which they plan to ramp up from 1.5 megawatts to 10MW by yearend

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Blue Marble Energy and Bionavitas to make special biochemicals

Two Washington-based renewable biochemical companies will combine their patented technologies to produce industrial biochemicals from microalgae

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ENER-G lands third biomass project in Lithuania

After lengthy competitive tenders, Manchester-based ENER-G emerged the winner of a contract to construct a new waste-to-energy power plant in Lithuania

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Crop based biofuel production could threaten U.S. prairielands

The unintended consequence of crop-based biofuels may be the loss of wildlife who call the grasslands of the United States homeThe unintended consequence of crop-based biofuels may be the loss of wildlife who call the grasslands of the United States home

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Healthy snack to be manufactured using biogas

PepsiCo India has installed a biogas plant to power fryer burners at its Frito-Lay manufacturing unit in Pune

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Countries have enough waste to produce biofuels – study

Countries produce enough waste to reduce their carbon dioxide emissions by up to 80 percent and end their dependence on fossil fuels, states a recent study reported by Red Orbit

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Agricultural green energy company launches new biomass plant

Washington-based Farm Power has begun generating renewable electricity from its new 750-kilowatt anaerobic dairy digester for local utility Puget Sound Energy

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Energy grasses can help reduce carbon emissions of Louisiana plant

NRG Energy has begun a pilot project to test switchgrass and high-biomass sorghum as renewable biomass fuels at its Big Cajun II electrical generating station in Louisiana

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OriginOil unveils new algae technology

OriginOil revealed on Wednesday a breakthrough technology for wastewater treatment facilities that utilizes a type of surface-mounted algae

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