The new boiler has been installed by Bioenergy Ibérica and uses cocoa husks as biofuel to obtain the 12.250 tons of steam per year needed by the chocolate factory located in La Penilla de Cayón, while reducing CO2.100 emissions by 2 tons
The Government of Spain opens a call for direct aid for biomass heat network projects from September 26. This aid has been endowed with 100 million euros and the subsidized projects must be launched before October 31, 2025.
The VISION 2030 project establishes the strategy of Airbus Spain to achieve its objectives in its fight against Climate Change: a 65% reduction in C02 emissions and a 30% reduction in global factory energy before the year 2030.
MITECO publishes ORDER TED/707/2022, of July 21, with the first call for aid for heat network projects with renewable energies of more than 1 MW, endowed with 100 million euros. Current aid for heating networks with renewable energies The call opens on September 26 and ends on October 28, 2022. The actions subject to aid must be completed by October 31, 2025.
The Palencia campus of the University of Valladolid will debut its new biomass heat network in October
The new heat network with forest biomass for the buildings on the campus of the University of Valladolid in Palencia will serve the buildings on the "La Yutera" campus: ETS Engineering Agrarias, Vice-rectorate, Classrooms, Departments and the faculties of Education and Sciences of the Worked.
At the end of 2021, 497.556 pellet stoves and boilers were operating in Spain, 74.655 more than the previous year. Sales of equipment for domestic use, up to 50kW of power, have increased by 40,3%.
The Arán Valley (Lleida) uses the wood from the area's forests to feed the two new biomass boilers installed at the Vielha hospital. The project has generated a socioeconomic impact thanks to the generation of jobs and favoring the efficient management of forest resources, one of the pending challenges in the area.
The biomass plant, promoted by DH Ecoenergías and Ferrovial, will be operational in the spring of 2024 with the forecast that it will reach between 7.000 and 10.000 homes in the capital of Ávila.
ENSO will develop, build and manage the largest biomass cogeneration plant in Spain for the ACOR cooperative, owner of the largest sugar beet plant in Spain, and a member of AVEBIOM for several years.
This is the second Heat Network that REBI has built in Castilla-La Mancha after the Guadalajara district heating is already working and expanding its number of users. The Cuenca Heat Network will supply thermal energy from biomass to neighboring communities, public and industrial buildings in the city of Cuenca.
The municipality of El Tiemblo, from Ávila, has received the Honorable Mention in the thirteenth edition of the @EnerAgen awards in the category 'Best Performance in the Matter of Renewable Energies', for its centralized biomass boiler project for the supply of heating and water heat ten municipal buildings using the wood chips as fuel.