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Biofuels: its not just Bullocks

Biomethane from cows. It had to happen, according to Planet Ark Pacific Gas & Electric Co. said Thursday it will purchase natural gas from cow manure produced at dairy farms in California to fuel power plants. The utility, a subsidiary of PG&E Corp., will buy the gas from Environmental Power Corp., a renewable energy developer […]

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Biodiesel from flue gas emissions

You remember that thing I picked up a few days ago about people using algae to make biodiesel from flue gas emissions? At the time I was a little sceptical about the idea,mostly because I

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Biofuel econmics and Huggers

Well our friendly huggers were almost right, it is almost possible to make biofuels economically in Europe using raw materials dragged across the world.. Here’s the punch line from the abstract (you can’t get any more because its from an expensive, academic journal) Co-production of “green” FT transportation fuels and “green” SNG will be an […]

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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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