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Driving to the future with biofuels

Check out this video from a group I’ve formed on You tube. It is one person’s view of what’s we need to do on the way forward to make the world a better place. Technorati Tags: biofuels, solar, sustainability, sustainable, Tag 22, uk, video, youtube

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Biodiesel stabilisation strategies from Lanxess

Biodiesel producers will have new fuel stabilisation options at the Fuels of the Future conference in Berlin, November 27-28 from Lanxess, a German chemical firm, which will be offering a range of stabilisers and ion exchange resins designed for the biodiesel market. Lanxess , says the products can be used to make unstable oils like, […]

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Biodiesel in Brazil

Now, my Portuguese is more than a little non-existent (apart from hello) but I guess these chaps are busy building a biodiesel plant in that country. Here’s an extract from seawaydobrasil in the original A Brasil Ecodiesel investirá R$ 25 milhões na construção de unidade produtora de biodiesel em Dourados (MS). O protocolo de intenções […]

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Biodiesel: what’s the rationale?

Why bother with biodiesel? The European Biodiesel Board published a list of questions and answers in July, in response to the European Commission, which asked for comments as part of its plan to modify

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From fastfood to biodiesel

Guess where these guys recommend you go for biodiesel feedstock: Fry-o-diesel

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Need a tank full of biodiesel?

I’m just a sucker for mapping applications. If you decide you want a tankfull of biodiesel then this could be the place for you. The link takes a few seconds to load, but it looks pretty comprehensive. You’ll have to drill down into the individual states for more detail.

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If only things were simple

Here’s an interesting take on the idea that biodiesel production uses chemicals, and that these are contained in biodiesel. How else are they going to make it? It doesn’t quite grow on trees.

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