Biomass energy related news
Here we would like to present you the latest news regarding Biomasse and Biobrenstoffe in Germany. Biomass is renewable energy sources received from plant or plant-based materials. There are two ways of biomass appliance: the first one is the direct combustion in order to achieve long-lasting heating and the second one is to convert the biomass into different types of easy-handling biofuel.
Biobrennstoffe is widely used in Europe including Germany as it allows reducing harmful carbon and greenhouse gases emission into the environment. A lot of companies and enterprises are engaged either in production of various forms of Biobrennstoffe or in development the modern technologies of biomass into biofuel conversion. A wide range of Biomasse and Biobrennstoffe led to a wide range of prices. Our aim is to share the up-to-date information about the current situation and all the tendencies at the bioenergy market.
Six ministers of the federal states of Southern and Central Germany ex ...
DIRECTIVE OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL on the promoti ...
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In order to improve the services offered for their customers the large ...
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At the beginning of this year the prices for wood pellets were unchang ...
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