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USA Today’s August biofuel roundup

USA Today had a nice piece on Georgia’s aspirations as a biofuel state, last week, which I’ve just seen. It covers some of the incentives that there are in the US to produce biofuels and just how much drivers in South Carolina can get back from the taxman if they use E85 bioethanol blend…. Georgia’s […]

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Four US biofuel projects get $97m in loans from the US Department of Agriculture

Four US biofuel projects get $97m in loans from the US Department of Agriculture, according to Green car Congress. The firms are * Clean Burn Fuels LLC, in Hoke, County, N.C., is approved to receive $10 million from the Section 9006 program and a $25 million B&I loan guarantee to construct a new ethanol plant […]

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Scientists Aim To Sequence And Catalog Conifer Genes For Future Biofuels Research

Researchers in the US have decided it is high time that they understood what makes up the nation’s indigenous but largely undomesticated coniferous forests, according to ScienceDaily. Jeffrey Dean, professor of forest biotechnology in the University of Georgia Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources, is spearheading a project at the U.S. Department of Energy’s […]

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Short of biofuel in Atlanta?

Biofuel users, if you find yourself short of biogas in Atlanta don’t despair go to “Pete’s Garage” located at: 1996 Dekalb Ave Ne Atlanta, GA 30307-2348, US (404) 219-9709 This is at the corner of Dekalb Ave and Oxford, between Arizona St. and Rocky Ford, about halfway between downtown and Decatur. The current price is […]

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