Green Biologics Awarded Funding to Develop a New Low-cost 'Next Generation' Biofuel
An Oxfordshire biotechnology company is set to develop a new low-cost 'next generation' biofuel, with £250,000 funding from the Department of Trade and Industry-led Technology Programme and £310,000 from shareholder investors and business angels.
USSEC Ready for Green Fuel Production
US Sustainable Energy Corp announced today the completed assembly of their first official reactor system located at the new USSEC Bioenergy plant and fuel production facility in Natchez, Mississippi.
York-Sichuan Link to Study Biodiesel Production
Biologists at the University of York have established new research links with Chinese scientists to investigate biodiesel - a cleaner, more environmentally friendly alternative to petroleum.
Governor's 2007 Inaugural 'Green Dream' Celebration Powered By Cow, Soy and Sun Power
Pacific Gas and Electric Company has teamed up with Joseph Gallo Farms and Microgy, Inc, to provide clean, renewable manure digester biogas to power the Governor's "Leading the Green Dream" Inaugural Celebration on the south steps of the State Capitol from 1 pm to 4 pm today.
National Corn Growers Association Reminds Consumers of Corn, Ethanol Facts
In his "Eco Update" on ethanol demand for grain, Lester Brown of the Earth Policy Institute continues to foster fear and increase rhetoric, said Rick Tolman, CEO of the National Corn Growers Association.
2007 Could Be the Year of Biomethane
Biomethane, chemically the same as natural gas yet available from essentially any kind of organic waste, is emerging as a viable renewable alternative to fossil fuels.
World First Wild Algae Bio-diesel Test Drive
The world's first wild algae bio-diesel, produced in New Zealand by Aquaflow Bionomic Corporation, was successfully test driven in Wellington today by the Minister for Energy and Climate Change Issues, David Parker.
GreenFuel and Arizona Public Service Company Win "Emissions Energy Project of the Year"
GreenFuel Technologies Corporation and Arizona Public Service Company (APS) announced that they have won the 2006 Platts Global Energy Award for "Emissions Energy Project of the Year".
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