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bioenergy industry Companies

  • MHG Systems Ltd

    MHG Systems Ltd is one of the world`s leading suppliers of bioenergy ERP systems. The company utilises its partner network to produce customer-oriented IT and map service solutions designed for developing bioenergy and forest energy, and field work business operations. MHG Systems is headquartered in Finland, at the heart of one of Europe`s most heavily forested areas, ...

    based in Mikkeli, FINLAND.

  • Celtic Bioenergy

    Celtic Bioenergy designs, builds, operates and/or finances in-vessel and aerated static pile composting facilities for local authorities and private industry. Our systems are tailored to the type and quantity of materials to be processed and site designs are customised to meet our client’s needs. We are a full service company available to assist with project development, ...

    based in Midleton, IRELAND.

  • BioEnergy Consult

    BioEnergy Consult is committed to the all-round development of biomass energy and waste management sectors. We are well-versed is handling all aspects of Biomass Energy, Waste-to-Energy, Waste Management and Environmental. Our core areas of expertise are waste-to-energy, waste management and biomass energy. We provide a wide range of cost-effective services that are ...

    based in INDIA.

  • Maabjerg BioEnergy

    Maabjerg BioEnergy is a bioenergy plant of unprecedented dimensions. The plant will be able to handle large amounts of manure, as well as industrial waste from the food industry. Using a complicated process, these materials will be turned into heat, electricity and various nutrients for onward sale.

    based in Holstebro, DENMARK.

  • Stream BioEnergy

    Stream BioEnergy is a developer of industrial and agricultural scale Anaerobic Digestion plants. The company was formed to address the deficit of infrastructure available to process organic waste in Ireland in line with legislative requirements. Stream Capital Renewables is the parent company of Stream BioEnergy.Blackrock,

    based in Blackrock,, IRELAND.

  • Addax Bioenergy

    Addax Bioenergy is a sugarcane-based renewable energy company that has launched a sustainable bioenergy project in Sierra Leone. A subsidiary of AOG, we initiated the project in Makeni in 2008 and it started its operations in 2014. We will produce sustainable bio-ethanol from sugarcane for export and for domestic use, as well as ‘green’ electricity from a biomass-fuelled ...

    based in Bombali and Tonkolili District, SIERRA LEONE.

  • Abengoa Bioenergy

    Abengoa Bioenergía is a leader in the development of new technologies for the production of biofuels and chemical bioproducts and the sustainability of raw materials, dedicating a large quantity of resources into research work. In addition, its trading division positions it as a service provider of global solutions, with a large capacity for marketing and commodity ...

    based in Chesterfield, MONTANA (USA).

  • AS Tamult Bioenergy

    Tamult Bioenergy is one of the most experienced provider of biomass fired boiler plants and combustion systems, operation and longterm support services. Company is mainly specialized into thermal power (heat) engineering - solutions for biomass boiler plants, waste fired combustion systems, hot water and steam boiler plants, CHPs - combined heat and power cogeneration, ...

    based in Viimsi Vald, ESTONIA.

  • Swebo Bioenergy

    Today, bioenergy is one of the most important energy sources in the world. It is an effective, carbon-neutral, but above all renewable, energy source with the ability to create numerous job opportunities. A modern bioenergy facility with a fully automated burner, storage tank and ash removal system means trouble-free daily operation. Reliability is extremely high, ...

    based in Boden, SWEDEN.

  • BioEnergy Events and Services (BEES)

    BEES organises exhibitions and conferences worldwide for bioenergy – covering solid, liquid and gaseous bioenergy. Industrious and with a determined focus on portraying the industry in its strongest and most dynamic light, BEES strives to get things done bioenergy

    based in Lyon, FRANCE.

  • Canadian Bioenergy Association (CANBIO)

    CANBIO is a national, industry-driven, non-profit organization of individuals, businesses and non-governmental organizations interested in the development, promotion and use of bioenergy. Our mission to promote utilization of sustainable biomass for the production of bio-fuels, heat and power.

    based in Ottawa, ONTARIO (CANADA).

  • Kent BioEnergy Corporation

    Kent BioEnergy employs commercially viable microalgae-based technologies for water pollution remediation, CO2 capture, landfill management, and the production of livestock feed additives, fertilizer, and biomass derived energy. Today, Kent BioEnergy has emerged as an industry leader in the development of advanced concepts for culturing and harvesting microalgae - ...

    based in Temecula, CALIFORNIA (USA).

  • Global Bioenergies SA

    Global Bioenergies is one of the few companies worldwide, and the only one in Europe, that is developing a process to convert renewable resources into hydrocarbons through fermentation. The Company initially focused its efforts on the production of isobutene, one of the most important petrochemical building blocks that can be converted into fuels, plastics, organic glass ...

    based in Evry Cedex, FRANCE.

  • Irish Bioenergy Association (IrBEA)

    IrBEA was founded in May 1999. Its role is to promote the bioenergy industry and to develop this important sector on the island of Ireland. The organisation is a self-governing association of voluntary members. Our diverse membership includes: farmers and foresters, fuel suppliers, energy development companies, equipment manufacturers and suppliers, engineers, financiers ...

    based in Dublin 11, IRELAND.

  • Svebio - The Swedish Bioenergy Association

    The Swedish Bioenergy Association (Svebio) was founded in 1980, after the oil crisis in 1979. At that time bioenergy accounted for 10 % of the energy supply in Sweden. Bioenergy was not yet commercial and a major part of the bioenergy was used internally in the wood industry. From 1980 until today the development of bioenergy in Sweden has been impressive. Bioenergy has ...

    based in Stockholm,, SWEDEN.

  • Schaumann BioEnergy GmbH

    Schaumann BioEnergy is a specialist in the generation of energy from biomass – from substrate preparation to fermenter biology. Our experts offer solutions for any type of system and any substrate – from agricultural RRM (renewable raw materials) facilities to industrial waste recycling plants. Schaumann BioEnergy GmbH specialises in the field of biogas and is the ...

    based in Pinneberg, GERMANY.

  • BIOENERGY 2020+ GmbH

    The purpose of the Competence Centre is the research, development and demonstration in the “Energetic use of Biomass” sector. R&D in the area of energetic utilisation of biomass in cooperation with industry and scientific institutions, Technology transfer of developed products and services.

    based in Graz, AUSTRIA.

  • Bentec Bioenergies SLU

    Bentec Bioenergies - Biogas Weser-Ems has built more than 150 biogas plants with a total installed capacity of over 100 Mw The plants are located throughout Germany and various projects are currently in development. Nearly 95% of these plants are called `turnkey`. All plants are individually designed and tailored to meet the needs of each company.

    based in SPAIN.

  • BDI - BioEnergy International AG

    BDI is market and technology leader in the construction of customised BioDiesel plants using the Multi-Feedstock process the company has developed itself. With this innovative technology BDI enables customers to produce BioDiesel from different raw materials such as Vegetable Oils, Used Cooking Oils and Animal Fats - with a yield of up to 100 %, surpassing the most ...

    based in Grambach/Graz, AUSTRIA.

  • Solarvest BioEnergy Inc.

    Solarvest BioEnergy Inc. has proprietary technology that for the first time enables algae to produce hydrogen in a continuous cycle in a single vessel. Solarvest – in collaboration with leading university scientists - has developed and tested laboratory scale hydrogen production from genetically modified algae on a continuous cycle basis. Solarvest’s goal is to further ...

    based in Vancouver, BRITISH COLUMBIA (CANADA).

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