Springboard Biodiesel and Pinnacle Capital have created a financing program intended to help schools buy equipment to produce their own biodiesel.
A public-private collaboration in Michigan is using a portable biodiesel fuel processor to encourage oilseed crops on land typically not used for farming.
In the latest in a series of alternative fuel tests, the U.S. Navy says a cleaner, 50/50 biodiesel blend successfully powered a landing craft utility.
Destiny USA, in Syracuse, N.Y., is doing an 850,000-square-foot green expansion that could make it America’s largest LEED Gold commercial retail project.
Cassandra Lin and her cohorts at Turning Grease into Fuel are keeping drains gunk-free, creating cleaner-burning fuels and helping Rhode Islanders in need.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture will pay 160 rural producers of biofuels in 41 states to produce fuel from feedstocks other than corn kernal starch.
Worldwatch Institute reports that 105 billion liters of biofuels were produced in 2010, a 17 percent increase over 2009 and the most ever.
The Diamond Green Diesel plant will convert grease (mainly animal fats and used cooking oil) into biodiesel, reportedly tripling the nation’s supply.
Russ Kremer stepped away from industrial-style hog farming to go all-natural a long time ago. Now he’s adding clean energy and waste capture to the picture.
Iowa, with all of its corn and soybean crops, has logically emerged as one of the top states in the nation in terms of biofuels production, research and development.
Mississippi State University recently took first place in a competition that challenged engineering students to re-imagine and re-engineer a GM vehicle for maximum fuel efficiency and minimum emissions.