Wisconsin utilities generated more than 10% of the state’s power from renewable sources in 2013, hitting the clean energy target two years before the deadline set by the state Legislature.
Energy utility FortisBC is looking for biomethane suppliers, able to realize an additional supply of up to one petajoule, or enough natural gas to provide heat and hot water for approximately 10 000 homes annually.
By the end of 2014 three bioenergy plants are expected to produce electricity in British Cumbia. Other two should be completed in 2016.
The European Commission has launched its new EU Business Avenues programme to assist EU companies, particularly SMEs, aiming to enter or expand their business in South East Asia. 40 selected EU companies will take part in one-week business missions to meet relevant counterparts in Singapore, Malaysia and Vietnam.