Tag: Hybrid Energy

Bioenergy in 2016: Powered Up, Hoping to Run

As 2015 closed, bioenergy held some strong positions. The Paris climate negotiations focused the world on moving away from fossil fuels. The European Commission was preparing legislative initiatives for member-states’ energy and climate plans, to be presented early in 2016. The U.S. EPA finalized its Clean Power Plan and, critically, updated the Renewable Fuel Standards.

From Energy Storage To Sustainable Living, RenewableEnergyWorld.com’s Top 10 Blogs of 2015

As we close out 2015, the editors of RenewableEnergyWorld.com would like to send a big Thank You to our blogging community. Year after year, bloggers contribute content that is filled with valuable insights, up-to-date news, innovative project highlights and cool new technology updates. RenewableEnergyWorld.com bloggers are truly a crucial part of our website.

Long-time bloggers know that we changed out platform this year in an effort to make blogging easier for our community. Unfortunately, we made things a bit more complicated but we would like you all to know that our team is working hard to smooth out the kinks so we can continue to serve as the world’s largest renewable energy network.

If you have some ideas or news you’d like to share with the renewable energy world community, we encourage you to start your own RenewableEnergyWorld.com blog. All you have to do is click the little blue register link on the top right-hand side of this page and then request blogging permission.  Once permission has been granted you are on your way!

The following pages highlight the top 10 blogs of 2015. Start posting today, and perhaps you’ll see one of your own blogs on this list next year. 

Are We There Yet? A Biofuel Refinery Update

In September 2014, the Department of Energy (DOE), along with the Departments of the Navy and Agriculture, announced a significant financial partnership to advance the construction of three biorefineries, infrastructure “capable of producing ‘drop-in’ fuels to meet the needs of the military and private sector.”