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  • Japan to get smaller geothermal power plants

    23.07.2014 kindly supported by Enviro Finland

    Orix Corporation, a Tokyo-based finance and leasing company, plans to build 15 geothermal power stations in Japan in the next five years, writes Bloomberg. The company will focus on smaller plants of about 2 megawatts as these are exempt from environmental impact assessments and can be set up more quickly than larger plants. According to Nikkei Asian Review, while the power generated at smaller plants often costs more than that from larger ones, their shorter construction times raiseRead more

  • New technique to lower cost of advanced biofuels

    22.07.2014 kindly supported by Enviro Finland

    Swiss scientists have developed a method for streamlining advanced biofuel production. Instead of using genetic engineering to create superior micro-organisms that enhance fermentation, they have managed to achieve analogous results purely through chemical engineering. Yields are around 80 percent converting pure cellulose into ethanol. The researchers anticipate that the new process will be compatible with existing facilities and aim within 3-5 years to establish an industrial pilot. Read more

  • India to speed up wind power capacity addition

    21.07.2014 kindly supported by Enviro Finland

    In a move that will boost the wind power market in India, finance minister Arun Jaitley has said that the Accelerated Depreciation Scheme would be restored for the wind industry, writes The Times of India. Under the scheme, companies which put up windmills can write off 80 percent of the project costs as depreciation in the first year of putting up the windmill, and thus save taxes. The scheme was withdrawn in 2012, leading to a major fall in capacity additions.Read more

 
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