Bioenergy Industry News

Bioenergy is already making a substantial contribution to meeting global energy demand. This contribution can be expanded very significantly in the future, providing greenhouse gas savings and other environmental benefits, as well as contributing to energy security, improving trade balances, providing opportunities for social and economic development in rural communities, and improving the management of resources and wastes.

Biomass-based energy accounts for around 10% of world total primary energy supply. Bioenergy could sustainably contribute between a quarter and a third of global primary energy supply in 2050. It is the only renewable source that can replace fossil fuels in all energy markets – in the production of heat, electricity, and fuels for transport.

The Lancashire Post reports that plans to build a £200 million (€229 million) biomass plant are underway in Preston, Lancashire that would have the capacity to turn up to 395,000 tonnes of residual waste per year, into alternative fuel.

apan has introduced a new technology to generate electricity by recycling waste food. JFE Engineering Corporation has established a new company called 'J Bio Food Recycle' with the cooperation of wholly-owned subsidiary, JFE Kankyo Corporation, also in a joint project with East Japan Railway Company and JR East Environment Access.

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