EU in bid to unlock cogeneration renewables potential
06/25/2019 By Kelvin Ross
There are so many types of companies and new technologies who are working to improve the countries sustainable energy and renewable projects. The importance of protecting the environments becomes more important every day. Watching the countries is important for all to be aware and hope to make a difference in the environment on a global space. See this article.
A four-year €4m ($4.5m) EU research project has been launched to design a small-scale cogeneration engine using biomass to produce heat and electricity – a move that the project developers believe could unlock mainstream renewables in the heating and cooling sector.
Called SmartCHP, the project was launched in Brussels by ten partners including European industrial companies, universities and innovation experts, and is being coordinated by Dutch energy company BTG Biomass Technology Group.