Emerging Demand

... closer to its goal of running completely off waste wood or biomass. ... “We’re looking at different species of hybrid popple and willow that could ...

BusinessNorth.com, January 27, 2011

MU uses 5 percent to 10 percent biomass sources along with coal to heat and cool ... two-row grove of short-rotation trees, such as willow and cottonwood. ...

Columbia Daily Tribune, January 16, 2011

They can still avail of the Single Farm Payment on the land designated for willow production. Willow produces the highest biomass yield of any wood crop. ...

Sunday Business Post, December 5, 2010

Bord Na Mona are planning to secure contracts for a total of 5000ha of willow and other biomass crops. This is in accordance with plans laid out in the ...

Irish Energy News, December 2, 2010

More recently, the willow has become an environmental and energy resource. The fast-growing willow is a now “biomass,” an alternative fuel. ...

Syracuse.com, November 19, 2010

Biotricity’s planned 15-megawatt biomass facility will be powered by the supply of willow grown by Irish farmers. It is designed to generate enough energy ...

Irish Times, October 22, 2010

By Megan Swieca Biomass and coal boilers burn Thursday at the MU Power Plant. ... short-rotation, woody crops, such as willow and hybrid poplar. ...

UM Maneater, October 15, 2010

Posted by Hilary Kramer. There’s a new wave of capitalists with a conscience at the helm of tomorrow’s green energy revolution. These entrepreneurs are trailblazing into areas of clean technology ...

Forbes, September 24, 2010

By Caitriona Murphy Farmers are being offered biomass contracts for thousands ... Although willow is only harvested every two years, farmers will receive an ...

Irish Independent, September 21, 2010

This co-firing requirement will lead to a demand of around 900000t of biomass by 2015 or the equivalent of well over 100000ac, of which willow will form a ...

Irish Independent, September 21, 2010