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Lufthansa & Gevo to Test Waste Based Aviation Biofuels from Isobutanol

Apr 24, 2014

Englewood, Colorado based renewable chemical and fuel developer, Gevo, has come to an agreement with German airline Lufthansa, to evaluate Gevo's renewable jet fuel.

Biogas from AD and Landfill Gas Used to Power Micro-Turbine Generators at UC Davies Campus

Apr 23, 2014 Biogas from a 20,000 ton per year food waste AD plant will be mixed with landfill gas to fuel micro-turbine generators at a former landfill site on the University of California, Davis campus.

51 MW Frederick County Waste to Energy Project Seeking New Partner

Apr 23, 2014 Frederick County is seeking a new partner on its planned 51 MW waste to energy project, following an amendment to the service contract with Wheelabrator which releases Carroll County from the proje...

$4bn Loan Guarantees for U.S. Renewables Including Biofuel & Waste to Energy

Apr 23, 2014

The DoE has issued a draft loan guarantee solicitation for innovative renewable energy technologies, including waste to energy and biofuels, worth as much as $4 billion.

Output Rise from 21-33 MW at Biffa’s Planned Waste to Energy Plant in Leicestershire

Apr 23, 2014

UK waste and recycling firm, Biffa, has submitted a scoping report to increase capacity to 350,000 TPA at its planned Newhurst Quarry waste to energy facility, and output from 21 MW to 33 MW.

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Anaerobic digestion site to be expanded to 160,000 tpa capacity

PDM Food waste recycler PDM is to double the size of its ReFood Doncaster anaerobic digestion (AD) plant...

Landfill gas-to-energy plant expanded to 4.8 MW in Virginia

New York based Fortistar has expanded its gas-to-energy facility at the Prince William County Landfill site in Virginia with the addition of three diesel engines.