After many hacker break-ins last year, there will be even more sophisticated capers in 2016, according to reports released by top cybersecurity firms.Â This article appears in the April issue of EPM.
Gevo and Butamax are no longer expending energy on their patent dispute, leaving both companies with a clearer path to commercialization. This article appears in the April issue of EPM with the headline, "Licence to grow."
Iogen's Brian Foody addresses the challenge of commercializing cellulosic ethanol. This article appears in the April issue of EPM.
Although there are challenges facing the second generation ethanol industry, progress is being made. This article appears in the April issue of EPM.
Updates from cellulosic ethanol projects worldwide. This article appears in the April issue of EPM, with "Iogen's quest for reliability," about the Canadian company's work in Brazil.
While California's biomass power industry continues its struggle for survival, fuel suppliers are left without a home for mounting materials.
Increased reductions of greenhouse gas emissions from transportation fuels required by California's Low Carbon Fuel Standard are driving up carbon credit prices, demand for advanced biofuels and imports.
Even though Europe is home to tried-and-true biogas technology, North American plant developers don't necessarily look abroad.
Businesses must evaluate their comfort level, flexibility, redundancy and security requirements when comparing in-house vs. cloud solutions. This contribution appears in the April issue of EPM with the headline "To cloud or not to cloud".
Ireland's forestry sector, a major economic driver in the country, is poised for growth along with the bioenergy industry.
If forest restoration projects in the Inland Northwest region were to become major suppliers of woody biomass for bioenergy, government subsidies in the form of tax credits, loan guarantees or other types of financial aid will be essential.