When we think of renewable energy, it’s easy to picture spinning wind turbines or rooftop solar panels. But what about bioenergy?
The Netherlands has found a way to refurbish existing buildings to net zero energy, within a week, with a 30-year builders’ guarantee and no subsidies.
New data shows a number of EU countries already hitting the 2020 renewable target. Meanwhile other countries such as the UK have a long way to go.
A new report from the European biofuel industry suggests 16% of Europe’s road fuel could come from biofuels produced using waste from various sources.
Abu Dhabi’s ventures into sustainability are built on oil riches, which the country is not prepared to give up – a hypocrisy shared by many other nations.
ARENA-backed study by Qantas and Shell finds Australia could support its own aviation biofuel industry, if significant obstacles were removed.
Algae.Tec signs agreement with Phoenix Energy to supply its technology for proposed waste to energy facilities for Australia and New Zealand.
The Philippines government is working with the Worldwatch Institute to transition the archipelago nation to 100% renewable energy over the next 10 years.