Mayor claims new powers needed to tackle the 50 per cent of London air pollution that is not generated by road transport
Drax's Matthew Rivers hits back at biomass criticism, arguing the technology acts as a guarantee of reliable supply as the UK grid goes low-carbon
Sasha Stashwick of the Natural Resources Defense Council argues biomass is a false hope for cutting carbon emissions
Greenyard Frozen is set to power its frozen vegetable business with new biomass boilers fuelled by discarded vegetable boxes
ETI report argues investing in second generation bioenergy crops could cut emissions and aid rural job creation
Vital Energi worked on 1MW biomass project following completion of 1.6km district heating network on University's Waterside campus
Energy Technology Institute report argues more home-grown energy crops for biomass would be cost-effective means of producing low carbon energy
Energy giant reports £83m loss in first half of year in part due to depreciation of its coal assets
Anaerobic digestion capacity has grown 18 per cent over the last year, but with more support from government it could get bigger, industry claims
Could biomass technology help cut India's carbon emissions and curb the country's smog crisis?
Infrastructure projects in region expected create 300 jobs by June this year and a further 600 over the next two years
Research aims to boost efficiency and cost-effectiveness of biomass power plants
The government quietly released a new technical study on North American wood pellets for UK biomass last week, but it once again fails to quell an increasingly heated debate
Industry fears planned changes to Renewable Heat Incentive will block roll out of low emission combined heat and power systems at farms across the UK
Rush to cut carbon emissions by burning wood instead of coal and gas risks doing more harm than good
European countries' support for wood-based energy sources is based on a flawed assumption that they are carbon neutral
The REA's Nina Skorupska hits back at yesterday's Chatham House report which denounced the burning of woody biomass as more harmful than coal
But green groups hit back at 'pseudo-science' used in study, insisting biomass has a viable role in low-carbon energy system
Core annual earnings fall to £140m due to weak commodity prices and government changes to climate tax
Partnership is transforming coffee giant's waste coffee grounds into renewable fuel
A third unit at Drax's coal power station will switch to burning wood pellets after commission's state aid investigation approves financial support
Green energy specialist files two planning applications to build biogas plants on proposed shale gas sites in bid to highlight that 'there's an alternative to fracking'
Industry body reveals rapid expansion in anaerobic digestion and biogas industry
ETI survey shows support for bioenergy similar to that of solar and offshore wind, but reveals on-going concerns about that biomass production's potential impact on food supplies
Drax CEO: 'Our purpose is to help change the way energy is generated, supplied and used for a better future'
Dorothy Thompson dishes the details of the coal and biomass giant's new plan to become a "diversified energy business"