The heat is on for ethanol, as the oil industry lobbies the Obama administration to lower the ethanol-gas mandate for 2014.
A new study finds that genetically modifying plants could help reduce the costs of biofuel production.
The All-Gas project aims to turn wastewater into something that can actually move us forward as a species.
The EPA sets its final 2013 Renewable Fuel Standard target for cellulosic biofuels use, and it is far less than what has previously been talked about.
Focusing on fast-growing and hardy microscopic algae, rather than the most oil-rich, could lead to cheaper and more efficient alternative fuel.
July was a pretty slow month for big new renewable energy capacity additions, but a 40-megawatt biomass system did go online at a George paperboard mill.
Let’s create good jobs and reduce pollution by moving America to cleaner gasoline.