St1 inks MoA for Thai bioethanol pilot project
Finnish energy company St1 has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Ubon Bio Ethanol to launch a pilot project of the production of bioethanol from cassava waste.
VTT farms raw materials from biogas
VTT Technical Centre of Finland has developed a way in which to convert even small sources of methane-rich biogas, found on farms, landfills and wastewater treatment plants, into raw material that can be used for protein-rich food, feed or bioplastic.
Inray lands funding to boost bioenergy production
The European Commission has awarded Inray a 1.2 million-euro grant for demonstrating a system for enhancing the efficiency of bioenergy production.
Finnish Neste powers cities in California
The City of Carlsbad joins the cities of San Francisco, Oakland and Walnut Creek, in moving to Neste Renewable Diesel.
Finland produces fuel from solar power
Lappeenranta University of Technology and VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland are building a unique demo plant that will pilot the production of renewable fuels with solar power.
KLM power planes with Finnish renewable jet fuel
Netherlands-based airline KLM Royal Dutch Airlines will soon fuel its planes with Finnish Neste renewable jet fuel.
Pioneering Finnish project produces bioenergy from pulp sludge
The Finnish company Ecoenergy SF has developed a method for manufacturing bioenergy from pulp mill sludge. The company is aiming for the global markets.
Wärtsilä delivers largest biogas plant in the Nordics
Wärtsilä will deliver biogas liquefaction plant to provide fuel for buses mainly in Norway. The plant will be the largest biogas plant in the Nordic countries.
Neste’s renewable refuelling a world first at Oslo Airport
Oslo Airport Gardermoen is offering renewable aviation fuel refined by Finnish oil refining company Neste for refuelling airplanes.
Finnish bio-economic innovation in high demand
The nitrogen removal method developed by Finnish cleantech company Ductor is now set to increase its commercial potential on the industrial scale. The corporation has signed its first international supply contracts with two biogas plants in Germany.
Marimekko to use biogas to print fabrics
In future, Marimekko’s textile printing factory in Finland will use Gasum biogas made from Finnish renewable raw materials. Approximately one million metres of fabric are printed at the factory every year for both domestic and export markets.