Our neighbors to the north may soon have a national biofuels standard.
Farm Foundation and USDA’s Office of Energy Policy and New Uses kicked off their Energy from Agriculture conference today in St. Louis
New Society Publishers. This group has a website called RenewableEnergyAccess.com and they have this cute little kids book called “Have Fries Will Travel – the Adventures of a Veggie-Powered Car and an Eco-Rap Star.”
In the latest Long Term Energy Outlook report issued by the Energy Information Administration, higher oil prices are expected to increase demand for “unconventional sources of transportation fuel, such as ethanol and biodiesel.”
GreenShift – which is a publicly traded company – announced new technology that converts agricultural waste into biofuels
The National Biodiesel Board is getting in gear for it’s big annual meeting coming up in February at the San Diego Convention Center.
The National Biodiesel Board re-elected it’s entire slate of officers for “what promises to be a period of intense growth in production and sales,” according to the organization news release.
A Florida-based company is importing biodiesel from Ecuador, but some domestic producers are not very happy about it.
The American Trucking Associations’ Board of Directors has revised the organization’s alternative fuels policy to advocate the use of biodiesel in blends up to 5 percent as part of the national diesel fuel standard.