Argonne, University of Chicago Researchers Pursue Grasses as Earth-friendly Biofuel
At a small site on the Batavia campus of Fermilab, ecologist Julie Jastrow of Argonne National Laboratory pushes the scientific frontier in a new and exciting way: She watches the grass grow.
Oorja Protonics Announces Breakthrough Direct Methanol Fuel Cell Technology
Oorja Protonics, the San Francisco Bay Area based developer and manufacturer of ultra-powerful fuel cells, today announced its public launch and patented direct methanol fuel cell (DMFC) technology.
Invention Promises Major Advance in BioFuel Production
University of Maryland research that started with bacteria from the Chesapeake Bay has led to a process that may be able to convert large volumes of all kinds of plant products, from leftover brewer's mash to paper trash, into ethanol and other biofuel alternatives to gasoline.
Biotechnology Will Transform Sustainable Biofuel Production
Biotechnology Industry Organization (BIO) Executive Vice President, Industrial & Environmental Section, Brent Erickson released the following statement from the Washington International Renewable Energy Conference 2008 (WIREC 2008).
Chevron and Weyerhaeuser Form Biofuels Joint Venture
Chevron Corporation and Weyerhaeuser Company today announced the creation of a 50-50 joint venture company focused on developing the next generation of renewable transportation fuels from nonfood sources.
Technology Breakthrough Announced by The Alternative Energy Technology Center
The Alternative Energy Technology Center, Inc announced today that it completed the initial design phase of its Cellulosic Ethanol - Esterified Lignin to Gasoline Unit.
GreenShift Executes Biodiesel Plant Construction and Management Agreements with NextDiesel
GreenShift Corporation today announced its execution of agreements with Adrian, Michigan-based Biofuel Industries Group, LLC (d/b/a NextDiesel) pursuant to which GreenShift agreed to design and build more than $10 million worth of biodiesel production, feedstock pre-treatment and related process equipment based on GreenShift's proprietary biofuel technologies.
Canadian Government to Invest $900,000 in Thermal Energy's Bioenergy Technology
Thermal Energy International Inc is pleased to announce that Natural
Resources Canada (NRCan) has committed $900,000 in funding toward the
development of a green energy power facility proposed for an eastern Canada
pulp and paper mill.
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