A new combined heat and power plant in Scotland will use distillery whiskey by-products to generate electricity that is fed back into the grid.
The U.S. Department of Energy has announced funding of up to $36 million for a range of small scale, drop-in biofuels projects around the country.
A study supported by a variety of partners in the Pacific Northwest suggests the region could sustain an aviation biofuel industry, provided government helps.
A new “energy map” shows what some social enterprises are doing to help bring power to under-served regions across the world.
Two of the Air Force’s F-16 Thunderbirds recently flew an aerial show on a 50/50 camelina-based biofuel blend.
The USDA announces a program intended to enhance E85 availability at fuel stations across America and boost interest in the blended fuel.
A newly engineered jatropha seed will soon be planted in over 250,000 acres worth of land, according to a biofuels company in California.
The USDA has created a biomass crop assistance program that spans 50,000 acres in Missouri and Kansas and is dedicated to the purpose of growing biomass feedstocks.
A report from MIT researchers cautions the aviation industry that biofuels aren’t necessarily a greener choice depending upon its origins.
Joule Unlimited has signed a lease agreement with the state of New Mexico that gets the company at least 1,200 acres of land for a renewable fuel production facility.