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Bio-CNG Logistics – Best of Breed Practices

This post is a part of BioBiz’s Bio-CNG Perspectives. BioBiz, a division of EAI, is a leading market intelligence & strategic consulting firm for the Indian bio-based sectors. This blog post uses the terms bio-CNG and renewable natural gas (RNG) interchangeably. Bio-CNG or bio-compressed natural gas, also known as sustainable natural gas or biomethane, is a biogas which has been upgraded to a […]

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Posted in: Best of breed practices, Bio-CNG /renewable natural gas, Bio-CNG Logistics Value Chain

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Non-food crops as feedstock for bioplastics: Is there a critical need?

What is the real challenge? The food crisis is affecting over three billion people—half the world’s population. The Bioplastics Industry contribute to this existing global food crisis by taking over large areas of land previously used to grow crops used as food for human consumption or as feed for animals. This has pushed every bioplastics manufacturer […]

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Posted in: Bio Energy, Bioplastics

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Costs of feedstock for Biomass gasification

Biomass gasification utilizes renewable feed stocks for liberating the synthesis gas by thermal decomposition under high temperature conditions. Among the factors affecting the production protocol, cost economics play a critical role and is well pronounced in cases when the scale of operation is magnified. Entrepreneurs of gasification technology often make contracts with farmers or traders […]

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Posted in: Biomass Power

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