The Biologue Blog

April 24, 2015

Barley, Beer & Biomass Energy

BY Anna Simet

April 17, 2015

Ari Phillips Got It Wrong

BY Tim PortzExecutive Editor Tim Portz responds to a recently published blog story he appeared in that fails to accurately tell the story of the wood pellet industry. READ MORE

April 10, 2015

I Say Climate Change, You Say Climate Cycle

BY Anna SimetBiologue discusses an op-ed regarding climate change partisanship by N.D. meteorologist John Wheeler. READ MORE

April 02, 2015

Reviewing the Global Pellet Market

BY Anna SimetThe eighth annual International Biomass Conference & Expo is just a few short weeks away, and Biomass Magazine/BBI International have been busy putting the final pieces of the puzzle in place. READ MORE

March 27, 2015

A Double-Edged Sword

BY Anna SimetWith an improving economy comes a strengthened dollar, and that’s good news to U.S. consumers—we’re getting more for our dollar, and we have more dollars to spend elsewhere. It is not, however, good for trade and foreign U.S. investment. READ MORE

March 19, 2015

Bioenergy South of the Border

BY Anna SimetLast week, I interviewed Greg Smith from Global Energy Solutions, and during our chat I asked him about opportune countries for bioenergy project development. READ MORE

March 12, 2015

Celebrating Industry Leaders

BY Anna SimetFor the past three years, Biomass Magazine has recognized outstanding industry contributions and achievements through two special awards granted at the International Biomass Conference & Expo. READ MORE

March 05, 2015

The (Not-So) Great Garbage Patches

BY Anna SimetWe must continue developing new technologies that will use our waste—not just plastic— in different ways, including energy and fuel purposes. READ MORE

February 26, 2015

Operation Rescue New Hampshire's RPS

BY Anna SimetNew Hampshire's Renewable Portfolio Standard has been under attack via numerous proposed bills. READ MORE

February 20, 2015

What Tangled Webs

BY Tim PortzThe European Commission's investigation into the U.K.'s subsidies to support the conversion of the Lynemouth station to biomass raises larger questions about our willingness to pay for an energy transition. READ MORE

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