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Say “YES” to plastic?

Plastic waste- a burgeoning issue Plastics have become indispensable to human beings over the course of the last few decades, largely due to their utility value and cheap, easy availability. We are indeed so dependent that, in spite of the fact that they have been classified as environmentally hazardous material by the UN, the production […]

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Emerging Feedstock for Biomass Power

Following my previous post on the industry perspectives on the various methods that have to be adopted for sustainable feedstock procurement (http://eai.in/blog/2011/12/industry-perspectives-and-strategies-for-effective-biomass-feedstock-procurement.html), today’s article showcases the various feedstock (emerging) that could be used as  a potential source for biomass-based power generation. As you might be well aware, the first generation feedstock such as sugars, starches from […]

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Industry Perspectives and Strategies for Effective Biomass Feedstock Procurement

=========================================== Are you looking to get energy security for your company through reduction in the use of diesel, furnace oil, LPG and costly grid power? EAI can do a feasibility study for the use of solar PV & thermal, biomass for heat and power, waste heat recovery and energy efficiency to dramatically cut down fossil fuel use and reduce […]

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Key Indian Players in Biomass Gasification based Power Production

=========================================== Are you looking to get energy security for your company through reduction in the use of diesel, furnace oil, LPG and costly grid power? EAI can do a feasibility study for the use of solar PV & thermal, biomass for heat and power, waste heat recovery and energy efficiency to dramatically cut down fossil fuel use and reduce […]

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REC Trading – November 2011

The REC trading for the month of November concluded yesterday. Figures reveal that the trading has increased significantly both in volume of RECs traded as well as the price. In total 105,527 RECs were sold. Keeping with the trend of previous months, IEX had a higher share of the market with 96,154 (90%) RECs traded […]

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Posted in: Biomass Power, Solar Energy, Solar Photovoltaic, Thin Film, Wind Energy

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5th International Algae Congress 2011 at a glance

Following the success of the previous four international algae congresses, the organisers are pleased to announce the fifth International Algae Congress. The fifth International Algae Congress takes place in Berlin, Germany on 1 & 2 December next. It is organised by the European Society of Microalgal Biotechnology (ESMB), the German DLG e.V. (German Agricultural Society) and DLG BENELUX from the […]

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REC Trading – September 2011

The REC trading for the month of September concluded recently. Trading figures reveal that the trading has increased significantly both in volume of RECs traded as well as the price. In total 46,362 RECs were sold. Keeping with the trend of previous months, IEX had a higher share of the market with 41,385 (89%) RECs […]

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Posted in: Biomass Power, Energy Efficiency, Solar Energy, Solar Photovoltaic, Wind Energy

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REC Price Band Revised

The Central Electricity Regulatory Commission(CERC) has announced the floor and forbearance prices to be used for solar/non-solar projects from the FY 2012-13 upto 2016-17. The prices set are shown in the table below Non Solar (Rs.) Solar (Rs.) Prices (2012-2017) Current % Reduction Prices (2012-2017) Current % Reduction Forbearance Price 3300 3900 15.38 13400 17000 […]

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A Case Study of Clenergen and Yuken’s Gasification Biomass Project

Yuken India Limited, set up in 1976 under a technical and financial collaboration with Yuken Kogyo Company Limited, Japan, is a manufacturer of oil hydraulic equipment. Yuken has achieved one of the fastest growth rates in the Indian oil hydraulics industry, in the last 29 years. Clenergen India Private Limited, a wholly owned subsidiary of […]

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Primary Routes for Power from Biomass

The three primary routes for biomass to power are: Combustion, Gasification and Anaerobic Digestion. Combustion is easy to understand – instead of using coal or other fossil fuel, use biomass to produce steam that runs a turbine. Combustion of biomass for power could either be in the form of co-firing (when it is burned along […]

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