Tag "bio energy"
Turkish “waste-to-energy” sector is growing at an increasing pace. The country currently produces 50.000 tonnes of garbage and according to EMRA, there have been around 40 applications for obtaining license
Didem Özçoban, Consultant to Albe Biogass Industries, says that they chicken stool contains more organic content and is more efficient to produce biogass . To give an example Özçoban says that
“Sweden would welcome cooperation with Turkey on efficient renewable projects” told Sweden’s (of Turkish origin) Energy Minister Ibrahim Baylan to Anadolu Agency on Wednesday 25th March. “At the end of January this year a delegation from the
Turkey’s first electricity-generating plant using bioenergy from agricultural waste will come online in 2016 in Turkey’s southern province of Adana. Turkey’s first electricity-generating plant using bioenergy from agricultural waste will come
Ministery of Agriculture released a grant programme to incent the use of renewable energy in Rural Development projects. The grants will be covering whole of Turkey and the upper limit
İlbank, which is a body of the Ministry of Environment, will pioneer supporting the municipalities in their renewable energy projects. With direct orders from the Minister Bayraktar, İlbank assess 74
Bionas products, developed by a Malaysian company as an environmentally friendly and economical oil used in biofuel, are ready to enter the Turkish market after being introduced in 31 countries.
Yaşar University, a foundation university, located in Izmir (West coast of Turkey) is established in 2001 by one of the Turkey’s leading industry groups, namely Yasar Holding. The university offers
Selcuk University in Konya (Central Turkey) starts producing switchgrass grass for biofuel Switchgrass (Panicum virgatum) is known as a very promising biofuel foodstock and is produced only in North America.