Exclusive Paper Download for 3rd Algae World Europe – Oilgae’s “Algae Status Report: How Far Are We from Commercialization?” Available Now!

January 25, 2011 | Comments Off on Exclusive Paper Download for 3rd Algae World Europe – Oilgae’s “Algae Status Report: How Far Are We from Commercialization?” Available Now!

As a forerunner to the 3rd Algae World Europe 2011 taking place on 16-17 May 2011 in Madrid, CMT is pleased to once again offer you an Exclusive White Paper on the Algae Industry!

3rd Algae World Europe 2011Leading algae player Oilgae brings their expertise to the table in a special report entitled “Algae Status Report: How Far Are We from Commercialization?”.

The paper is a must-read if you are seeking in-depth knowledge on algae. Featuring a real world status report on today’s algae industry, it compiles valuable information on:

  • Major players and their algae cultivation strategies
  • Updates on progress & efforts of prominent algae projects worldwide
  • Forecast of trends and analysis of the industry’s development in the next ten years
  • Examples and updates on large oil companies joint ventures and tie-ups – signifying their belief in the potential of algae
  • And much more…

Also, the paper addresses the Key Barriers to Algae Fuels under 3 main categories: Key Challenges, Algae Fuel Production Cost, and Entry Barriers.

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New Energy Farms Addresses Energy Crops from Utilities’ Perspective at Biomass Trade & Power Americas

January 17, 2011 | Comments Off on New Energy Farms Addresses Energy Crops from Utilities’ Perspective at Biomass Trade & Power Americas

In the past month, both the US and UK Governments announced new schemes designed to help boost the renewable energy markets in their respective countries. For the US, the final revised rules for the Biomass Crop Assistance Program (BCAP) have been rolled out, while the UK released details for the highly-anticipated Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI). Both governments hope to reduce Green House Gas (GHG) emissions through replacement of fossil fuels and ensure more fuel security by encouraging production and use of dedicated energy crops.

Mr. Dean Tiessen, President of leading producer and supplier of biomass energy crops company New Energy Farms will join a panel of senior industry executives at the Biomass Trade & Power Americas in Atlanta on 23-25 February 2011, to address the development of energy crops – from crop to energy products, for domestic use & exports. Specifically, Mr. Tiessen will provide much-sought utilities’ perspective on this emerging biomass for energy applications.

For more information on the conference or for registration, click here or contact Ms. Hafizah at hafizah@cmtsp.com.sg.