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Bioenergy Int. 1-2023 with Biochar Special
Negative emission technologies (NETs) remove carbon dioxide (CO2) from the atmosphere and transition it from the fast carbon cycle to the slow carbon cycle, also known as the “rock cycle”, indeﬁnitely. Bioenergy lends itself exceptionally well to integration with NETs, for instance, bioenergy with carbon capture and storage (BECCS), and pyrogenic carbon capture and storage (PyCCS). These open a myriad of opportunities for both for existing- and new biomass heat- and/or power plants across almost the entire range of plant sizes. Black is the new green, bioenergy is back in black.
Bioenergy Int. 2-2023
Much has and can be said about the exceptionally dramatic, even traumatic (European) 2022/2023 pellet heating season that at the time of print is pretty much over. The recent political agreement reached on the third revision of the Renewable Energy Directive (REDIII), arguably one of the most important piece of EU legislation when it comes to bioenergy, rejected the non-sensical and detrimental “primary woody biomass” notion. It is an important step in the right direction and while providing some respite, the battle of public perception is far from over.
World of Pellets
“World of Pellets” wall poster
The 9th edition includes site reports, a review of 2022 and outlook for 2023, pellet production technology features. In 2022, there were 1191 operational biomass pellet plants in 64 countries.
Bioenergy Int. 1-2022
2022 is really getting off on the wrong foot. just as a post-covid-19 world, complete with in real life face-to-face meetings
and handshakes begins to emerge, human-induced calamities strike with eerie synchronisation. The first bombshell is an increasingly despotic President, seemingly stuck in a paranoid megalomanic cold war time warp, invading Ukraine (after defacto occupying Belarus, though the incumbent majorette is no doubt only happy to oblige).
Bioenergy Int. 2-2022
This issue went to print on the same day
as the movers, shakers, and market makers of the industrial pellet world convened in London, the UK for the annual Argus Biomass Conference. It was the first post-corona edition complete with a dubious welcome party of watchdogs barking up a whole tree. Perhaps somewhat unconventional,
the first day of Argus also saw the offi cial commercial launch of some clever revolutionary thinking from CPM.
Bioenergy Int. 3-2022
This issue goes to print as one of the western world’s most publicized “independence day” celebrations takes place – the fourth of July in the United States. Meanwhile, other countries are still entrenched in military combat defending their recently gained independence from imperialistic overlords that seek to turn the political clock and East-West demarcation lines back thirty or so years.
Bioenergy Int. 4-2022
This issue goes to print under seemingly dramatic geopolitical circumstances.
Russia’s or rather Putin’s war of attrition in Ukraine has escalated in so far as military service orders for Russian citizens have been issued leading to an exodus of Russian males fleeing the country. Further, bogus elections have just been held in the occupied regions of Ukraine in a lead to declare them as Russian Federation territory, as was previously, and illegally, done with Crimea.
Bioenergy Int. 5-2022
This issue has a thematic focus on district energy – heat, power, and cooling – an efficient production and distribution system widely found throughout the Nordic-Baltic region. Bioenergy Europe’s annual “European Bioenergy Day” campaign provides a vivid graphic illustration – the top six countries in 2022 are all in the Nordic-Baltic region
(closely followed by Austria) where bioenergy accounts for double or more the EU average.
Bioenergy Int. 6-2022
The inauguration of the ArcelorMittal Ghent Steelanol project, an EU Horizon 2020
co-funded joint venture to convert blast furnace gases into ethanol using a microbial biocatalytic conversion technology, is a big deal. It is a big deal for any carbon-intensive hard-to-abate industry and another showcase example of technology being a surmountable challenge if given the right framework conditions.
World of Pellets
“World of Pellets” wall poster, this the 8th edition includes site reports, a review of 2021 and outlook for 2022, pellet production technology features and will be distributed at all major pellet events 2022.
In 2021, there were 1 179 operational biomass pellet plants in 62 countries that combined had a total installed capacity of 66 559 000* metric tonnes per annum.
Advanced Renewable Transport Fuels (ARTF)
This is the third edition of the Bioenergy International’s Advanced Renewable Transportation Fuels (ARTF) wall poster, included as a supplement to issue 4/2022 of Bioenergy International magazine. It serves as a graphic illustration of 831 advanced renewable transportation fuel production facilities in 45 countries around the world.
- Bioenergy International 1-2021
- Bioenergy International 2-2021, Pellets Special 7, PS7
- Bioenergy International 3-2021
- Bioenergy International 4-2021
- Bioenergy International 5-2021
- Bioenergy International 6-2021
Advanced Renewable Transport Fuels
2nd edition of Advanced Renewable Transport Fuels (ARTF) map – a 1000 x 700 mm wall poster listing of over 750 commercial and demonstration facilities in 44 countries around the world.
World of Pellets 2021
“World of Pellets” wall poster
The 7th edition includes site reports, a review of 2020 and outlook for 2021, pellet production technology features. In 2020, there were 1132 operational biomass pellet plants in 62 countries.
- Digital Biogas Special 1-2020 – E BOOK
- Digital Biogas Special 1-2020 – PDF
- Bioenergy International 1-2020
- Bioenergy International 2-2020, Pellets Special 6, PS6
- Bioenergy International 3-2020
- Bioenergy International 4-2020
- Bioenergy International 5-2020
- Bioenergy International 6-2020
- Pellets Special 5, PS5 2019
- Bioenergy International 1-2019, 104
- Bioenergy International 2-2019, 105
- Bioenergy International 3-2019, 106
- Bioenergy International 4-2019, 107
- Bioenergy International 5-2019, 108
- Bioenergy International 6-2018, 103
- Bioenergy International 5-2018, 102
- Bioenergy International 4-2018, 101
- Bioenergy International 3-2018, 100
- Bioenergy International 2-2018, 99
- Bioenergy International 1-2018, 98
- Pellets Special 4, PS4 2018
- Bioenergy International 7-2017, 97, Released December 2017
- Bioenergy International 6-2017, 96, Released November 2017
- Bioenergy International 5-2017, 95, Released September 2017
- Bioenergy International 4-2017, 94, Released June 2017
- Bioenergy International 3-2017, 93, Released May 2017
- Bioenergy International 2-2017, 92, Released April 2017
- Bioenergy International 1-2017, 91, Released February 2017
- Pellets Special 3, PS3, Released January 2017
- Bioenergy International 7-2016 (90), Released December 2016
- Bioenergy International 6-2016 (89), Released November 2016
- Bioenergy International 5-2016 (88), Released September 2016
- Bioenergy International 4-2016 (87), Released June 2016
- Bioenergy International 3-2016 (86), Released May 2016
- Bioenergy International 2-2016 (85), Released April 2016
- Bioenergy International 1-2016 (84), Released February 2016
- Pellets Special 2, PS2, Released February 2016