Chemists have developed a cheap way to convert cellulosic materials such as corn stalks and straw into gasoline-like fuels.
As two Iowa production facilities open, Solazyme looks less and less like an energy company with its algae-derived oils going off in myriad directions.
Boeing looks for biofuels from the desert while also pushing for “green diesel.”
One Embankment Place in London is the new all-time BREEAM score leader, in part thanks to a heating and cooling system that runs on biodiesel from used cooking oil.
A perfect storm of poor policy choices led soy biodiesel production to increase by two thirds in 2013, which represents about 35 percent of the soybean oil produced.
U.S. scientists say a fast-eating enzyme called CelA could put thus-far-elusive cellulosic biofuels in closer reach.
The Navy, seeking energy security, will make biofuel blends a regular part of its bulk fuel purchases.