Refine by:

Date

Subjects

Availability

Content type

Clear Filters

Search Results

Results:1 - 10 of 151 for technology food and tobacco,

Sort by:
  • Cobalt Technologies, a leading developer of next generation bio-based chemicals, and specialty chemical company Rhodia, member of the Solvay Group, are to begin joint development and operation of a biobutanol demonstration facility in Brazil. The pilot plant moves the companies a step closer to the ...

    Availability: Online
    Record type: News Item

  • Qatar Airways, Qatar Science and Technology Park and Qatar Petroleum are to jointly carry out engineering and economic analysis for the development of sustainable aviation biofuel, with support from Airbus. Seven months ago, together with US-based Verno Systems, the companies embarked on a feasibili...

    Availability: Online
    Record type: News Item

  • Almost all of the technologies for the production of second generation biofuels are in the final stage of commercialisation and their launch is expected within the next two years. These are biofuels that are derived from non-food biomass such as agricultural and forest waste, or energy crops like mi...

    Availability: Online
    Record type: News Item

  • Although improved technology and lower carbon fuels can make a substantial contribution to meeting carbon dioxide (CO2) reduction targets, a significant change in consumer behaviour will be required for the UK to make the transition to a low carbon economy and meet the UK government’s 2050 CO2 reduc...

    Availability: Online
    Record type: News Item

  • Three waste-to-energy plants employing different technologies to generate power and/or heat are at various stages of development in Wales and Derbyshire. First, global waste-to-energy company Covanta Energy is to build a £400mn energy-from-waste plant near Merthyr Tydfil in Wales, following detailed...

    Availability: Online
    Record type: News Item

  • A recently published report from the Technology and Policy Assessment function of the UK Energy Research Centre (UKERC) suggests that up to one fifth of global energy could be provided by biomass without damaging food production. The report reviews more than 90 global studies. A debate has been ragi...

    Availability: Online
    Record type: News Item

  • This book contains a comprehensive review of current industrial cleaning techniques including those using low, medium and high pressure water, solvents, chemical compounds and foam, wet and soluble abrasives and the latest computerised in-line automatic techniques. Emphasis is placed on the practica...

    Availability: In the library
    Record type: Book

  • The overall objective of the GREENFOODS project is to lead the European food and beverage industry to high energy efficiency and reduction of fossil carbon emissions in order to ensure and foster the world wide competitiveness, improve the security of energy supply and guarantee the sustainable prod...

  • In US, the Boeing-backed second-generation algae biofuels are to be tested by Air New Zealand, Continental Airlines and Virgin Atlantic Airways. Algae's attractions include non freezing at high altitudes (cf. alcohols) and are a non-food, low-water energy source.

    Availability: Online
    Record type: Abstract

  • Nyoman Sugiartha, of the London School of Engineering and Design, Brunel University, was this year's winner of the Energy Institute's London and Home Counties Branch student paper competition. Here follows a summary of the winning paper.

    Availability: Online
    Record type: Abstract

  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3
  4. 4
  5. 5
  6. Next