Renewable Fuel Registry Provides Drivers With Independent Source of Qualifying Gasoline
The American motorist will soon have independent confirmation that they are buying their gasoline from petroleum companies who use renewable fuels such as ethanol and bio-diesel.
Cyclone Power Technologies Tests Fuel Made From Oranges
Cyclone Power Technologies announced today that it has burned a bio-fuel derived from orange peels in the high-performance fuel injector of its Green Revolution Engine.
Algae, The Misunderstood Answer To Our Fuel And Global Warming Problems
Green Star Products, Inc President, Joseph LaStella, stated "Today we are closer than ever before solving our energy and global warming issues.
Canadian Prime Minister Builds on His Biofuel Promise
The Canadian Renewable Fuels Association today applauded Prime Minister Harper for the new ecoENERGY for Biofuels program, which will deliver $1,5 billion in operating incentives to Canadian producers of renewable fuels such as ethanol and biodiesel.
BP and D1 Oils Form Joint Venture to Develop Jatropha Biodiesel Feedstock
BP and D1 Oils plc announced today that they are to form a 50/50 joint venture, to be called D1-BP Fuel Crops Limited, to accelerate the planting of Jatropha curcas - a drought resistant, inedible oilseed bearing tree which does not compete with food crops for good agricultural land or adversely impact the rainforest - in order to make more sustainable biodiesel feedstock available on a larger scale.
Waste Management Announces Waste-based Alternative Energy Initiatives Across North America
Waste Management, today
announced a major initiative to expand its roster of landfill gas to energy
UT-ORNL Team Wins DOE Bioenergy Center
The University of Tennessee and the Oak Ridge National Laboratory will manage a new $125 million bioenergy research center that will search for ways to produce alternatives to gasoline.
Gas Prices Worry Americans More Than Terrorism, Economy, National Analysts Worldwide Study Shows
With fuel now averaging $3 per gallon nationwide, more American consumers declare themselves (highly) concerned about high gas prices (83%) than about terrorism (62%) or the economy as a whole (69%).
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