WHAT WE DO ...

.. and HOW we do it!

LATEST PUBLICATIONS ...

... and there's more in our LIBRARY

OUR BLOG ...

... and what we find to be of INTEREST

  • Palm Biomass to Furfural
    by Philipp Steiner on 26.04.2019 at 09:14

    DalinYebo has found palm residues to be a suitable feedstock for furfural production! The following article prompted us to review the some feedstock tests that The post Palm Biomass to Furfural appeared first on Biomass Blog.

  • Corncob Security
    by Philipp Steiner on 06.04.2019 at 21:27

    Not much has changed since the 2015 study: Corncob prices still dominate the base price of furfural The current high price levels are the result The post Corncob Security appeared first on Biomass Blog.

  • For businesses, keeping forests resilient is key to mitigating long-term supply risk.
    by Philipp Steiner on 01.04.2019 at 18:17

    Climate change continues to dominate the headlines as we start the new year. As world leaders gather in Davos for the annual World Economic Forum The post For businesses, keeping forests resilient is key to mitigating long-term supply risk. appeared first on Biomass Blog.

  • Albioma to convert Caribbean power plant from coal to biomass
    by No author. on 31.03.2019 at 10:32

    Albioma recently announced it has secured a long-term loan to support the conversion a 34 MW coal-fired power plant in Guadeloupe, a group of French The post Albioma to convert Caribbean power plant from coal to biomass appeared first on Biomass Blog.

  • Australia: Sugar set for ‘Energycane’ Reinvention
    by dyEditor on 25.03.2019 at 23:21

    Gene-editing sugarcane for use in renewable energy and bio-plastics could help secure the industry’s future. An Australian researcher is conducting gene-editing experiments to tailor sugarcane The post Australia: Sugar set for ‘Energycane’ Reinvention appeared first on Biomass Blog.

GET IN TOUCH...

... to start a DIALOGUE!

Fields marked with * are required

Let us know your area of interest, so we can get the right team member to respond.
Scroll to top