Bioenergy Articles on Europe

Fortum's new biomass-fuelled CHP plant in Pärnu, Estonia, has been inaugurated. The plant, which uses local fuels such as woodchips, wood residues from industry and milled peat, has a production capacity of 24 MW of electricity and 50 MW of heat.

Universal Bioenergy Inc. (Pink Sheets:UBRG), a natural and alternative energy company, announced today that it has started the application process to have its Company's stock listed on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange in Frankfurt, Germany. Subject to final approval of the application, Universal Bioenergy anticipates it would begin trading its common stock on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange early this year.

Edinburgh City Council is still considering its response to proposals to build a new biomass energy plant in Leith.

Biomass energy power station company Helius Energy is to submit a formal planning application this year for its proposed power station in Southampton.

Public consultation over the scheme is now underway for the 100MWe power plant at the Southampton port.

Plans for a biomass plant on Edinburgh's waterfront are set to be opposed by one of the country's biggest environmental groups.