Making Gasoline With Biomass

September 11, 2012

Is it possible to make gasoline with biomass? Some people think so and this is what CORE BioFuel has set out to do since it was founded in 2008. Related Posts:Study Highlights Midwest Alternative Energy PotentialPrimus Green Energy Opens Alternative Gasoline Demonstration PlantProtest in London Against UK Biofuel SubsidiesHigher Demand For Biomass Can Drive Up […]

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Australia Pumps Money Into Aviation Biofuel Research

April 25, 2012

The Australian airline Qantas recently launched its first flight using a 50/50 blend of biofuel and regular jet fuel. The flight took off on April 13 and marked the launch of the Australian government’s program to fund research into the production of sustainable fuel for airplanes. Related Posts:Israeli Researchers See Biofuel Potential in SeaweedProtest in […]

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Biofuel Industry Converges in Rotterdam, Holland

March 8, 2012

Between March 13-15, representatives of the biofuel industry will be meeting in Rotterdam to discuss the latest developments in this industry. World Biofuels Market 2012 is organized by Green Power Conferences, which organizes conferences and events focusing on the renewable energy, climate change and sustainability sectors. Amongst confirmed speakers are BBC presenter’s Jeremy Paxman, Solazyme’s […]

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Lufthansa: Biofuels Could Be Aviation’s Standard in Five Years

January 18, 2012

Joachim Buse, Lufthansa airline’s head of aviation biofuel, last week said at an industry event in Washington, D.C. that biofuels could be the industry’s standard fuel in five to seven years. Related Posts:Lufthansa Enters Algae Biofuel Production DealAirBus Reveals Its Vision for Sustainable Air TravelSolar Impulse Attempts Its Longest Flight YetSolar power airtravel takes off

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Cellulosic Ethanol is Making Progress, Industry Says

January 12, 2012

The Renewable Fuels Association has published an article on its website saying that despite a shortfall in cellulosic biofuel production in relation to the targets set by the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS), as reported by the New York Times, the sector has been making advances. Related Posts:Switchgrass Shows Potential as Biofuel Material, Say Italian ResearchersCellulosic […]

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