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WORK STARTS ON 'WHISKY' POWER PLANT
Cogeneration On-Site Power Production Magazine
Construction will get under way today on a £60.5 million biomass plant
which is set to use whisky by-products to drastically reduce Scotland's
carbon emissions. The combined heat and power plant in Rothes, Speyside,
will use distillery by-products to ...
5 square km seaweed-to-energy farm for India?
CSMCRI director Dr Pushpito Ghosh told reporters that “the sap derived
from seaweed will help raise the nation's sugarcane yield by 10 to 30 per
cent, secondly the seaweed bio-mass will be a source for ethanol.” CSMCRI
also said it was working on the ...