Cooking oil fuels transatlantic flight

Air France-KLM’s choice of fuel for the flight between Paris and Montreal is claimed to have reduced emissions by 20 tonnes

‘Only six crop species yield 80% of global industrial biofuel and that costs to people and planet’

That’s according to the Senior Research Leader at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew Dr Olwen Grace who spoke to FNZ about the world’s methods of producing ‘green energy’

DHL Global Forwarding pledges to use maritime biofuels to decarbonise ocean freight

The German logistics firm has committed to neutralising the emissions of all less-than-container load ocean freight shipments from 1st January

Eni launches new partnership to stimulate clean mobility in Italy

The oil and gas company has teamed up with the national association of local public transport companies in Italy

Brazilian miner to spend $2bn to slash emissions by a third before 2030

Vale has also pledged to reach net zero emissions in scope 1 and 2 by 2050

ENGIE joins forces with consortium to decarbonise bio-refinery in Rotterdam

The facility is claimed to be the first multi-megawatt high-temperature electrolyser that generates renewable hydrogen to produce high-quality biofuels

Fortum joint venture plans carbon negative district heating in Sweden

Stockholm Exergi is exploring whether a carbon capture system could be used at the Värtaverket power plant in Stockholm

New $570m plan for energy efficient homes in Mongolia

A third of the population live in urban ger areas, or settlements of low and middle income households, which suffer from poor sanitation and inadequate solid waste management

BP and Bunge bond over bioenergy in Brazil

The joint venture aims to become a highly efficient producer of sugarcane ethanol and generate renewable electricity

Biomass wood chippings
Biomass ‘now provides 11% of UK’s electricity’

The Renewable Energy Association says this is equivalent to four Sizewell B Nuclear power stations