In recent years numerous researches for the improvement of biogas plants have been made. Most of them were aiming a higher gas yield and a better quality of gas in order to use it in existing gas networks
From “field to shelve”: calculating the emissions footprint of an agricultural POD product gets climate protection award
On December 18th, the Cooperative Agricultural Union of Messinia (Kalamata, Greece), one of the biggest cooperatives in Greece, has been awarded together with GLOBAL CHALLENGES sustainability advisors, the entity representing CLIMATE PARTNER in Greece since 2006, for the emissions foot printing project of the cooperative’s extra virgin olive oil, in the frame of the ENVIRONMENTAL AWARDS 2013, hold in Athens
The Coalition Government is committed to increasing the deployment of renewable energy across the United Kingdom (UK). This, the first annual update to the Renewable Energy Roadmap (the Roadmap) published last July, shows both strong growth in renewable electricity deployment over the last year and that the UK is on track to meet the first interim target on the way to the ambitious target of 15% renewable energy consumption by 2020
Our website is now climate neutral, by the certification of qualified group CLIMATEPARTNER.
The nitrogen industry continues to meet demand for nitrogen fertilizers and other derivative products under the backdrop of global economic instability, yet with no major market and trade fluctuations to date. This year’s Nitrogen + Syngas event which was held in Greece and hosted by the Athens Hilton hotel
The energy use of biomass through the use of high quality biofuels such as wood pellets, is useful and advantageous not only for residential installations , but also for most industrial applications.