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NNFCC News Review: Bioenergy Issue 54, September 2016

Category: bioenergy
Published: 15/09/2016
Author: NNFCC
Each month we review the latest news and select key announcements and commentary on the bioenergy sector.


Earlier this year the European Commission issued a consultation seeking advice and expertise from relevant stakeholders in preparation of a post 2020 sustainable bioenergy policy. Several position papers from contributors have since been published, the most recent being the stance of the NGOs. A report from a group of 11 organisations, which includes Greenpeace and FERN, calls for drastic reductions in bioenergy deployment, including the setting of an EU wide limit on the amount of bioenergy than can be incentivised for carbon reduction measures. This stance is somewhat unsurprising...........


  • How Nordic countries can inspire the EU’s bioenergy policy
  • UK Renewable Energy Trends for Q1 2016 released by BEIS
  • Drax contributes more than £1bn to UK GDP, new study finds

Research & Development

  • Researchers support biomass gasification

Biomass Power

  • Wood pellet producer Land Energy Girvan to expand site
  • California to support biomass power
  • Global pellet market marches on


  • Hartlepool ‘Energy Park’ to bring £30m investment
  • Amur aims to complete phase two construction of UK AD plant by December
  • Forage maize and biogas maize 2017 Descriptive Lists launched
  • Green Gas: A new revenue stream for UK AD Farm Producers
  • Nottinghamshire anaerobic digestion plant gets £13m funding
  • German biogas industry adds 150 plants in 2015

Energy from waste

  • M+W Group selects Saxlund fuel feed & storage solution for Surrey Eco Park gasification facility
  • Gatwick to build world's first airport energy-from-waste facility 



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