This video showcases the potential of Torrgreen's mobile torrefaction and power units. They're designed to allow for better use of agricultural residues, by converting them into compact energy carriers at the site of harvest, instead of burning them as is currently customary.
In an interview with France24, Andre Faaij argues that the stalling of the EU's Nature Restoration Law is a "tragedy", as what it "wants to achieve is very important for future food production", as well as for reforestation.
In dit rapport heeft CE Delft (in opdracht van Natuur & Milieu) een toekomstbeeld opgesteld van hoe een Nederlandse industrie eruit kan zien, die in 2037 klimaatneutraal kan opereren, zonder fossiele brandstoffen.
More than 30 computers sit on the second floor of a former car museum west of Winnipeg, quietly working to mine bitcoin. The heat generated by those computers helps warm nearby plants in a makeshift greenhouse. (opens in new tab)
A chapter from Wageningen University & Research's project showcase magazine, highlighting their biomass research initiatives such as BECOOL, BIKE and more. It talks about indirect land use change, logistics challenges and economic opportunities when it comes to utilizing biomass.
With this letter, over 550 scientists urge the EU to make better use of its forest reserves, arguing that properly managed forests are better for biodiversity, can supply wood for sustainable building and products, as well as residues that can be used to replace fossil fuels.
De Royal Academy of Engineering (RAEng) heeft in opdracht van het Department of Transport en het Department for Energy and Climate Change van het Verenigd Koninkrijk een advies opgesteld voor de toekomstige strategie van het VK voor de ontwikkeling van biobrandstoffen.
This report is are practice case studies worldwide to better understand how biomass supply chains could be implemented to support bioenergy production while simultaneously contributing to the United Nations (UN) Sustainable Development Goals (SDG).
This study is executed by a consortium constellated by COWI A/S, nova Institute and Utrecht University. The main aim of this study was to develop a study to explore the nature and scale of the challenge of moving towards a low carbon economy.
This study presents scenarios on how demand and supply for bio-based chemicals and materials could grow to 2030 and provides roadmaps with actions required to increase the deployment of chemical and material driven biorefineries in the EU.