Bioenergy International is an English language subscription-based trade publication focused on the biomass-to-energy value chain; solid, liquid or gas. Taking a holistic view it features biomass production and collection systems, biomass refining and processing technologies, biomass storage and transportation systems and biomass utilisation technologies.
Bioenergy International comes out 7 times per year and each issue is packed with hands-on coverage from the field, forest, laboratory, project, plant, event or process. Editorial priority is given to “doers” from around the world, providing an insight into the what, where, when, who, why and how.
Founded in 2001 and in print ever since, Bioenergy International is based in Stockholm, Sweden and is owned by SBSAB, a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Swedish Bioenergy Association, Svebio.
As ever it features some of the latest and greatest:
– progress report from Ontario Power Generation (OPG) Thunder Bay facility, the world's first commercial advanced biomass power plant conversion;
– site report from Fibreco Export, one of the world's largest softwood wood chip and pellets terminals in Vancouver;
– BioCNG in China, report from a Hi-Tech installation at a landfill site outside Anshan city;
– Emerging biomass market in Japan, an insight from one of the players, Summit Energy Corp.