Four Biogas Plants Being Developed in France

September 13, 2013

Biogas plant manufacturer Weltec Biopower has teamed up with Domaix Energy in Alsace, in the northeast of France to start rolling out four agricultural biogas plant projects in France. Apart from agricultural substrates, the biogas plants, whose construction has already started, will use sludge and food leftovers. This is in line with a trend in […]

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Egyptian Garbage Collector Champions Alternative Energy

December 6, 2011

It’s impossible not to be impressed with the efforts to be green made by Hanna Fathy, a 28-year-old Cairo-based garbage collector. Related Posts:Latin America’s Largest Rooftop Solar Power Farm UnveiledSolar Plays Key Role in India’s Energy Future, World Bank SaysLet It Shine Chronicles The History of Solar PowerIKEA Starts Selling Solar Panels in the UKFour […]

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Algae Oil Company ‘One To Watch’

October 11, 2011

OriginOil, a company working to develop biofuel from algae and which we have written about before, has been named by Forbes’ investment educator Jason Burack as one of 11 next-generation commodity names to watch out for. Related Posts:Algae Biofuel: Can Pond Scum Become Our Energy Savior?Lufthansa Enters Algae Biofuel Production DealBiofuel Industry Converges in Rotterdam, […]

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Dispatches From Ontario: Interview with Dr. Andrew Benedek

May 27, 2011

Dr. Andrew Benedek is something of a legend in the water technology industry, therefore it’s no wonder he was one of the stars of the Ontario Global Water Technology Summit that took place in Toronto last week (17-18 May). Related Posts:Water and Wastewater Treatment Units Turn To Solar Power to Get GreenerDispatches From Ontario: More […]

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Toronto’s renewable energy plans

April 23, 2010

It is Canada’s largest city with a population of about 2.6 million people. Like several big cities in the world, it is looking for ways to hurl itself toward a more sustainable future. With that objective in mind, “the City of Toronto’s Executive Committee approved a staff report seeking authority to implement a biogas utilization […]

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