2 February 2015 12:23 PM GMT

US-based water and bioenergy company OriginOil Inc. is collaborating with the Idaho National Laboratory of the U.S. Department of Energy to help improve efficiency in algal biofuel production.

January 23rd 2015
European Union Clears MGT Power’s Plans for Biomass Project

The European Union has given its approval for MGT Power to convert its coal-fired power plant into a biomass unit using wood pellets.

January 22nd 2015
Abengoa Wins Contract for Solar-Powered Water Desalination Plant in Saudi Arabia

Spanish renewable energy Abengoa has won a contract to develop a large-scale desalination plant to be powered by solar energy in Saudi Arabia.

January 22nd 2015
U.S. Policy Blamed for Downturn in Biodiesel Production

Policy uncertainty in the U.S. has disrupted the biodiesel industry, causing the market to shrink in 2014, according to industry group the National Biodiesel Board.

January 21st 2015
Methes Inks Agreement for US$4 Million Biodiesel Processor License

Methes Energies International Ltd. will receive US$4 million from an agreement it has signed to license its design and software for a 3,000-liter per hour biodiesel processor to manufacture biodiesel processors.

 
January 19th 2015
India Allows Private Biodiesel Producers to Retail Directly

The Indian government has decided to allow private producers of biodiesel to sell directly to consumers to make the fuel more readily available.

January 19th 2015
California to Grant US$18 Million for Clean Energy, Efficiency Projects

The California Energy Commission approved nearly US$18 million to fund alternative energy and efficiency projects to help the state’s meet its climate and energy goals.

January 16th 2015
Covanta Take Over Operations of Waste Management Facility

Covanta, the U.S.-based sustainable waste management and renewable energy company, has assumed operations of the Pinellas County Resource Recovery Facility located in St. Petersburg in Florida.

January 16th 2015
Advanced Energy Capital Inks Deal to Finance US$50 Million for Power Island’s CHP projects

Advanced Energy Capital has signed an agreement to finance up to US$50 million of Power Island Energy’s combined heat and power projects in the United States.

January 16th 2015
Japan to Ease Regulations to Promote Fuel Cells Usage

The Japanese government has confirmed that it intends to introduce self-service hydrogen filling stations and also promote the use of fuel cells.

January 16th 2015
GDF to Focus on Marine Energy to Boost Renewables Capacity

French utility GDF Suez is betting on marine energy to help boost its renewable energy portfolio by 2015, according to reports.

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