Beware the VAT implications of biomass – The Scottish Farmer

Beware the VAT implications of biomassThe Scottish FarmerWe installed a Biomass boiler in 2014; this was done on a commercial basis and was to heat workshops, offices, cottages, two residential caravans and an outside toilet. This was completed and cost a considerable amount of money to ensure it was fully ... … [Read more...]

CBI machines put on a show at Maine equipment expo – Canadian Biomass

Canadian BiomassCBI machines put on a show at Maine equipment expoCanadian BiomassMay 29, 2017 - Continental Biomass Industries (CBI) held live demos of its latest equipment at the Northeastern Forest Products Equipment Expo held in Bangor, Maine, May 19-20. CBI's Log & Stump Screw, 484B ChipMax Wood Chipper, 5800BT … [Read more...]

Promill, VetterTec partner to access North American market – Canadian Biomass

Canadian BiomassPromill, VetterTec partner to access North American marketCanadian BiomassMay 29, 2017 - Industrial drying, milling and pelletizing technology supplier Promill is setting foot in North America, announcing its collaboration with VetterTec Inc. VetterTec Inc is the local design and project execution office of … [Read more...]

Victory for people power as controversial Fife biomass proposal rejected – Fife Today

Fife TodayVictory for people power as controversial Fife biomass proposal rejectedFife TodayPeople power has scored a major victory after planners scrapped a move for a second biomass plant to be built in a Fife town. The decision to throw out the controversial planning application follows an unprecedented wave of public … [Read more...]

UW technology converts biomass into 3 high-value chemicals – Biomass Magazine

Technologies for converting non-edible biomass into chemicals and fuels traditionally made from petroleum exist aplenty. But when it comes to attracting commercial interest, these technologies compete financially with a petroleum-based production pipeline that has been perfected over the course of decades. Winning that … [Read more...]

DOE announces biomass committee meeting, solicits members – Biomass Magazine

The U.S. Department of Energy recently announced an open meeting of the Biomass Research and Development Technical Advisory Committee and has published a notice soliciting nominations for new members. Committee members may serve two, three-year terms. The DOE is currently seeking nominations for an individual affiliated with a … [Read more...]

Ely area loggers upset with biomass provisions in energy bill – The Ely Echo

Submitted by admin on Fri, 05/26/2017 - 11:37 LOGGING using a chipper by Kuehl Logging in this Echo file photo. by Nick Wognum - Ely area loggers could lose millions of dollars in biomass contracts if the jobs-energy omnibus bill passed by the Legislature is signed by the governor.Gov. Mark Dayton has not yet indicated … [Read more...]

DTE Biomass buys renewable natural gas facilities – Electric Light & Power

DTE Biomass Energy bought a pair of landfill gas-to-energy projects in Texas, purchasing both the operating Fort Bend Power Producers, facility just outside of Rosenberg and the Seabreeze landfill gas development project in Angleton. Construction of the Seabreeze power plant is expected to commence next month. Fort Bend and … [Read more...]

BRIEF-DTE Biomass acquires renewable natural gas facilities – Reuters

May 25 DTE Energy Co : * DTE biomass acquires renewable natural gas facilities * Construction of seabreeze plant is expected to commence next month * Has acquired two landfill gas-to-energy projects in Texas* Later in year, DTE … [Read more...]

Dalhousie plans to revamp biomass energy system – Canadian Biomass

May 25, 2017 - Things are heating up at the Dalhousie University Agricultural Campus with news of a substantial rejuvenation of the 30-year old biomass energy plant and steam distribution system. On Tuesday, Dalhousie’s Board of Governors approved a $24.2 million biomass co-generation project to replace the campus’s … [Read more...]