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Joanna Schroeder

  • BioEnergyBytesDFThe American Council On Renewable Energy (ACORE) has decided to postpone its Renewable Energy Latin American and the Caribbean Conference and Exposition (RELACCx) until November 20-21, 2014 to attract increased global financial interest in the Latin and American and Caribbean (LAC) region. The event will take place at the El Conquistador in Fajardo, Puerto Rico.
  • The Renewable Fuel Association’s “Gasoline Ethanol Blends and the Classic Auto” is available for classic car enthusiasts and addresses owner questions by discussing various areas of concern, including vehicular fueling systems, extensive storage periods, and air/fuel settings. The “Classic Auto” guide is divided into 12 main topics, some of which include: oxygenates, octane, exhaust valve seat recession, fuel economy and materials compatibility. There is also a section on off-season storage and the use of fuel additives.
  • Biomass Magazine is hosting a webinar, “From Burden to Benefit: Community Waste-Based Energy Solutions,” on May 15, 2014 at 11:00 am CDT. The moderator is Anna Simet, editor and presenters include Chris Koczaja, PHG Energy, City of Covington Waste-to-Energy Plan; Brett Storey, Placer County, Cabin Creek Biomass Energy Facility; and Dan Goymerac, Miron Construction, Forest Country, Potawatomi Community’s combined-heat-and-power biogas plant.
  • DNB, Norway’s largest financial services group, aims to reduce its carbon footprint and has signed an agreement with ECOHZ to buy renewable energy. DNB is among the first large Norwegian companies that have committed to use renewable energy documented by Guarantees of Origin. ECOHZ is Europe’s largest independent supplier of Guarantees of Origin from renewable energy.
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