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  • 2017.12.06

    Delving deep into Alternative Fuel Application

    Delving deep into Alternative Fuel Application | CKIC

    With the increasingly use of alternative fuel such as biomass and SRF in power plants and cement plant, CKIC has developed the turnkey solution for alternative fuel testing that compliance with ISO and GB standard. Power generation is the main industrial application of biomass and SRF in Asia. In China, there are estimated 25...
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  • 2017.09.27

    CKIC Instrumental Application Solution For Biomass Quality Analysis

    CKIC Instrumental Application Solution For Biomass Quality Analysis | CKIC

    With more and more application of biomass in the industry instead of fossil fuel worldwide, we observed that to understand biomass characteristic and manage biomass quality is quite important for all the stakeholders. In recent years China has promulgated more than 10 national standards of biomass fuel testing. Due to the signif...
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  • 2017.09.06

    Biomass Power Generation Will Be The Core Generating Method In Cuba

    Biomass Power Generation Will Be The Core Generating Method In Cuba | CKIC

    Ciro Redondo, located in the central province of Cuba, will build a biomass power plant cooperating with foreign countries, which is an important part of the strategy for promoting renewable energy power generation. Biopower, formerly a British start-up company, later obtained China Shanghai Electric Investment Company finan...
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  • 2017.07.19

    New Hampshire law benefits biomass power production

    New Hampshire law benefits biomass power production | CKIC

    In New Hampshire, a new law is expected to benefit the state’s biomass power producers by increasing the price of alternative compliance payments (ACPs) for Class III sources. It also changes the eligibility standard for landfill gas energy under the state’s renewable portfolio standard (RPS), and includes a variety of other...
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  • 2017.07.10

    EIA updates short-term bioenergy forecasts

    EIA updates short-term bioenergy forecasts | CKIC

    The U.S. Energy Infrastructure Administration has released the June edition of Short-Term Energy Outlook, predicting nonhydropower renewables will provide 9 percent of U.S. electricity generation in 2017, increasing to nearly 10 percent in 2018. Wood biomass is expected to be used to generate 112,000 MWh per day this year, fa...
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  • 2017.07.05

    BTU Act reintroduced, biomass thermal, power could benefit

    BTU Act reintroduced, biomass thermal, power could benefit | CKIC

    Several legislators have again introduced an act that would level the playing field for biomass heating technologies—and potentially, some biomass power facilities. The Biomass Thermal Utilization Act of 2017 has been introduced to the House by Sens Angus King, I-Maine, Susan Collins, R-Maine, Rep. Peter Welch, D-Vermont, a...
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  • 2017.07.03

    EC approves Danish aid for Dong Energy biomass conversion

    EC approves Danish aid for Dong Energy biomass conversion | CKIC

    On June 21, the European Commission announced it has found that Danish support for the biomass conversion of a cogeneration plant owned by Dong Energy Thermal Power A/S is in line with state aid rules. The EU said it has approved, under state aid rules, a Danish investment of DKK 422 million (€57 million) to support the con...
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  • 2017.06.30

    Govt plans to boost setting up of biomass power plants

    Govt plans to boost setting up of biomass power plants | CKIC

    NEW DELHI: There is a renewed interest in biomass power plants, which can not only generate electricity but also help dispose of — in a carbon-neutral manner — agriculture waste, burning of which in Punjab and Haryana is partly blamed for the alarming levels of pollution Delhi is experiencing. Minister of New and Renewabl...
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  • 2017.06.16

    CKIC attend 25th EUBCE in Stockholm, Sweden

    CKIC attend 25th EUBCE in Stockholm, Sweden | CKIC

    The European Biomass Conference and Exhibition (EUBCE) is a world class annual event which, since 1980, has been held at different venues throughout Europe. The EUBCE covers the entire value chain of biomass to conduct business, networking, presentation and discussion of the latest developments and innovation. The vision is t...
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  • 2017.03.29

    YP Letters: Drax boss – Biomass is a cleaner form of technology

    YP Letters: Drax boss – Biomass is a cleaner form of technology | CKIC

    From: Andy Koss, CEO, Drax Power, Selby, North Yorkshire. USING biomass technology to generate electricity is a renewable and cleaner form of energy, and Dr AM Bostyn (The Yorkshire Post, March 22) is mistaken in the claims he makes. The sustainably-sourced low grade wood Drax uses to produce compressed wood pellets to gener...
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  • 2017.01.23

    CKIC Participated the ICT-FT 2016 International Comparison Tests Fuel Testing

    CKIC participated the ICT-FT 2016 International Comparison Tests Fuel Testing

    CKIC has participated in the ICT-FT 2016 International Comparison Tests Fuel Testing (Biomass, SRF) and made a great progress for marching on the Biomass and SRF applications. The International Comparison tests were conducted for the fifth time in the company BEA Institute Fur Bioenergy GmbH with the appropriate statistical e...
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  • 2016.12.16

    China to boost biomass energy development in 2016-2020

    China to boost biomass energy development in 2016-2020 | CKIC

    China will boost the development of biomass energy in the next five years to reduce coal consumption and improve air quality, the National Energy Administration said Monday. China will achieve biomass energy equivalent of 58 million of tonnes by 2020, according to the administration's 2016-2020 biomass energy development pl...
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  • 2016.11.15

    Half of UK Electricity Comes From Low-carbon Sources for First Time Ever

    Half of UK Electricity Comes From Low-carbon Sources for First Time Ever | Industry Focus | CKIC

    More than half of the UK’s electricity has come from low-carbon sources for the first time, a new study has found. The research from energy company Drax, which operates a biomass power station, found electricity from low-emission sources had peaked at 50.2 per cent between July and September. It comes after the Governmen...
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  • 2016.09.21

    Critical Analysis of Biomass

    Biomass

    Biomass is mankind’s oldest and most reliable source of energy. It is comprised of biological material derived from living or recently living organisms. Even fossil fuels have their origin in ancient biomass. Until recently, man has been relegated to simply burning wood for cooking and to generate heat. Today’s biomass is ob...
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