Latest Second generation biofuels Stories
USA Biomass Chairman Robert Cleaves will chair Platts' highly anticipated national Biomass Power Forum November 6-7 in Florida, which features biopower experts from throughout the country -- including Cleaves -- who will explore biomass economics, key biomass finance structures, the role biomass plays in meeting RPS, and opportunities for expansion and financial investment in this growing industry.
Siemens Energy & Automation and the US Department of Agriculture's Agricultural Research Service have entered into a cooperative research and development agreement that will improve the processes used to convert second generation, non-food-based, biofuel feedstocks into liquid biofuel intermediates, such as bio-oil.
Syntec Biofuel Inc. (OTCBB: SYBF), a leading thermo-chemical biofuels development company, announced today that Michael Jackson, President and Chairman, will present at the Ethanol and Biofuels Asia 2008 Conference as part of the Next Generation Biofuels Showcase. Mr.
VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwire - Oct. 2, 2008) - Syntec Biofuel Inc.
USA Biomass, the nation's leading association of biopower companies, urges our national leaders to take a cue from the recent announcement by Georgia's Oglethorpe Power Corporation (OPC) that it will undertake the single largest biomass initiative in that state -- and maybe the country -- by building as many as three 100-megawatt (MW) biomass electric generating plants by 2015.
Gulf Ethanol, an alternative energy company focused on the development of the cellulosic ethanol, has implemented its third-generation feedstock pre-processing unit. The company said that it is now expanding its testing protocols beyond sorghum and corn to sawdust, switchgrass and grass clippings.
French integrated energy company Total has announced that it will be participating in Futurol, a second-generation bioethanol R&D project.
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CleanTech Biofuels, Inc. (OTCBB: CLTH) intends to use its proprietary technology at a commercial site in Chicago, Illinois to produce cellulosic biomass as solid fuel for the production of electricity.
The National Algae Association announces a new Research and Development collaborative to accelerate the commercialization of algae to produce multiple fuels: biodiesel, ethanol, jet fuel, hydrogen and biomass for power generation.
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