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B.C. Bioenergy network to support development of partnership

The B.C. Bioenergy Network, a provincially-funded leader supporting the growing bioenergy sector in British Columbia, announced funding of $52,500 to Initiatives Prince George to support the work of the Northern Bioenergy Partnership
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Research into renewable biofuel set to reduce reliance on fossil diesel imports

Aston University in Birmingham, UK is involved in a EUR 3.73m (GBP3.4 million) research project, which will transform organic residues from biofuel production processes into a renewable biofuel that can reduce reliance on fossil diesel imports...
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Total warns UK lagging on biofuel adoption

Oil industry exec believes France has got the First World War to thank for its biofuel experience...
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Sweet solution to energy production

Bagasse can be used to generate electricity at a cost of just 0.06 US dollars per kilowatt hour...
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Biofuel could cut global emissions by 80%

Scientists in Singapore and Switzerland have published new research in a report called Global Change Biology: Bioenergy which states that converting waste from the world's landfills into biofuel, and using it in place of gasoline, could cut global carbon ...
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Scientists Identify Enzyme That Could Help Grow Biofuel Crops In Harsh Environments

Scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) Brookhaven National Laboratory have identified a novel enzyme responsible for the formation of suberin ...
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Bedminster secures $4m Samsung bioenergy contract

A contract, worth an initial $4 million, to supply bioenergy technology licenses and engineering services to Samsung Heavy Industries in Korea and South East Asia has been secured by Irish company Bedminster International...
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UK joins drive to make energy from waste

More lucrative British incentives to produce energy from rotting and gasified waste are driving a push to biogas, following a wider European trend...
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Seawater plants yield green aviation fuel in new research

Boeing and international academic and business partners are looking into ways of producing commercially viable aviation fuel from saltwater plants in a push toward reducing carbon emissions from air travel...
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Sustainable innovation

Three ISU researchers present their work in sustainable energy...
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