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WTO vindicates Argentina on antidumping duties imposed to biodiesel

14/10/2016

The World Trade Organization, WTO, released on Thursday the report that the Appeal Body has issued regarding the antidumping duties imposed since 2013 by the EU on biodiesel from Argentina declaring it incompatible with the AD Agreement and GATT (General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade) of 1994.

APPA rejects the potential phasing out of biofuels in European legislation

11/10/2016

APPA Biofuels totally rejects the potential phasing out of conventional biofuels that the European Commission would be envisaging to introduce in future legislation on renewable energy for the period post 2020, reports this sector of the Association of Renewable Energy in a press note.

 

Abengoa sells three ethanol plants to Green Plains in the United States

05/09/2016

Abengoa shells the plants of Madison (Illinois), York (Nebraska) and Mount Vernon (Indiana) with a combined annual production capacity of 236 million gallons per year. The purchase was agreed at $ 237 million, approximately 209.16 million euro.

UPM discovers bananas as a powerful source of energy to produce MW

27/05/2016

A study of the UPM reveals that 55% of electricity demand in the province and 10% of the demand for bioethanol of all country could be met through the use of waste from bananas produced in the province of El Oro in Ecuador.

 

Norway to install the largest biogas liquefaction plant in northern Europe

05/04/2016

The Finnish company Wärtsilä won last December the development of an order to supply a biogas liquefaction plant. The plant will produce fuel for public transport vehicles, mainly Norwegians. The supply contract was signed in Sweden with the company Purac Puregas AB. The project is being implemented urgently and its installation is expected to be completed within fifteen months.

European SMEs in agrifood business would have biogas plants on a small scale

22/02/2016

Energy self-consumption is not just based on PV nor is it only designed for homes. SMEs also see it as a more environmentally and economically sustainable alternative. According to the Biogás3 project, more than 300 European agrifood SMEs declare being interested in implementing a biogas plant on the small-scale at their facilities. Over 300 European […]

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