Commercial biochar production equipment development is probably not a very collaborative process. Project developers and entrepreneurs generally need to protect their IP. But there are many open source technology projects developing around the world. Community groups interested in biochar production collaborations, may want to benefit from ‘cloud-sourcing’ ideas, knowledge and support.
If you want to present your biochar production plans and ideas via this site, then please get in touch. Pages can also be dedicated to biomass sourcing and preparation or post-production processing and product marketing. Your ideas are welcome.
This page pulls in posts related to all aspects and scales of biochar production in NZ based on the categories and tags assigned to the post. Please refer to the About Biochar – Biochar production page for more information about producing biochar. Other resources on this site related to biochar production may be found in the Marketplace page or in the Users forum.
Don Graves is giving a biochar talk during the week of events leading up to KaiFest… Day: Saturday 1 April Time: 3-5pm Location: Te Awhina Marae Description: Biochar is produced by heating wood and other carbon products to high temperatures … Continue reading →
Kiwis – I’m sure Don of the western-ile does not mean it literally… I’ve promised to try to help mount a NZ host-ile invasion for this event… “Dear Friends & Colleagues, In previous years, you have either presented, sponsored, exhibited, … Continue reading →
Overview EECA has funds available to assist businesses with wood energy projects and welcomes applications as part of the Wood Energy South Project. Capital Grants are for capital projects with good demonstration potential that lead to wood-based bioenergy is being … Continue reading →
Locally produced wood biochar increases nutrient retention in agricultural soils of the San Juan Islands, WA, USA Si Gao A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Science University of Washington 2016 Abstract: “Biochar … Continue reading →
Miscanthus New Zealand widens its horizons Friday, 24 June 2016, 10:41 am Press Release: Miscanthus NZ …“Another example is that nowhere else is Miscanthus the main feedstock for production of renewable diesel – something that is close to happening in … Continue reading →
Steven should have his own TV series. A younger and hairier version of Bear Grills, without the parachute. I’m also betting he’s a much better cook. They can both skin a deer but can the Bear pollinate flowers and graft … Continue reading →
BIOCHAR HORIZON 2025 – by Hans Peter Schmidt & Simon Shackley, (2016) book chapter in Biochar in European Spoils and Agriculture Summarizes the progress of biochar science & applications in agricultural practices. From historical assessment of lessons learned & progress … Continue reading →