Biomass

Study Highlights Midwest Alternative Energy Potential

January 28, 2013

A new study called Sustainable bioenergy production from marginal lands in the US Midwest shows how marginal lands deemed unsuitable for food crops can be used to grow grassy and non-woody plants as biomass for alternative energy fuels. According to a Phys report, faculty members and a Ph.D. student from the Department of Geographical Sciences […]

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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. Technorati Tags: Biomass, CORE BioFuel, green gasoline Related Posts:Study Highlights Midwest Alternative Energy PotentialPrimus Green Energy Opens Alternative Gasoline Demonstration PlantProtest in London Against UK Biofuel […]

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Protest in London Against UK Biofuel Subsidies

October 22, 2011

Biofuelwatch and Campaign Against Climate Change have joined forces to stage a protest in London, UK, today. Technorati Tags: Biodiesel, Biofuel, Biomass, EU, protests, subsidies Related Posts:Biofuel Indirect Land Use on European Commission Agenda in 2011Volvo debuts Bio-DME truck fleet in SwedenUN panel issues statement on biofuels Study Highlights Midwest Alternative Energy PotentialProtesters Arrested in […]

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Higher Demand For Biomass Can Drive Up Land Grabs, Researchers Warn

September 2, 2011

More demand for wood as a source of biomass could drive more acquisitions of land in developing countries with food security problems, says a new report by the International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED). The organization suggests greater public scrutiny and debate. Technorati Tags: Biomass, biomass land grabs, International Institute for Environment and Development […]

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Cellulosic ethanol: closer to becoming a reality?

April 5, 2010

Novozymes, a bioinnovation company whose main focus is the development, production and distribution of enzymes, recently launched CELLIC® CTec2 and HTec2, which the company calls its first commercially viable enzymes for cellulosic ethanol. The new enzymes represent an improvement on previous products and are said to be effective on a broad range of feedstocks. The […]

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