Emerging Demand

The whole development aims to be carbon neutral and will be using local biomass and willow fuels. There will be a focus on renewable energy and already ...

Midulster Today, November 4, 2011

Connor Maguire, CAFRE and David Thompson, Letterbreen view the latest delivery of willow-chip for the Campus biomass boiler. The installation will be on ...

Globe and Mail, September 20, 2011

The whole point with biomass is that it mostly consists of fast growing willow of only a few seasons growth, ready to be harvested relatively quickly. ...

The Independent, September 16, 2011

That’s where the biomass part comes in. A farmer could harvest willows growing on low-lying or wet land where he or she can’t seed a crop. ...

Regina Leader-Post, July 11, 2011

Biomass is sure to play a significant role in the UK’s energy portfolio as about ... biomass sources including newly managed woodland, rapid-growth willow ...

Biomass Power and Thermal, April 28, 2011

Prairie Skies Biomass Co-op, a local grower cooperative, will supply the feedstock and own ... alfalfa, wheat straw, corn stover and short rotation willow. ...

The Farmer, April 28, 2011

By next winter, two Field Research Unit buildings will be equipped with New York-made biomass boilers that will burn shrub willow wood chips, ...

R & D Magazine, April 26, 2011

Planting short rotation energy crops on England’s unused agricultural land could produce enough biomass to meet renewable energy targets without disrupting the food industry or the environment...

soton.ac.uk, April 1, 2011

Biomass has the best potential in the UK to reduce the country’s carbon dioxide ... It is also sourced from specifically grown crops such as willow or ...

Look Local, March 24, 2011

Miscanthus is being promoted alongside willow, sawdust and straw as biomass for producing heat and power when burnt, without causing net emissions of ...

stv.tv, March 4, 2011