By Lisa Gibson
A research team at SUNY Cobleskill has a giant undertaking ahead of it, demonstrating and developing applications for an innovative gasification technology prototype that holds promise for alternative and purposeful waste disposal.
By Lisa Gibson
Two European companies have an anaerobic digestion process they say works perfectly for brewery residues, but convincing a centuries-old industry to change its operations poses a problem in marketing and widely implementing the practice.
By Anna Austin
The Northeast U.S. with its massive demands for heat and electricity is cognizant of the need to adapt ambitious and smart renewable energy policies. Roles, definitions and perceptions of biomass energy, however, differ from state to state.
By Ron Kotrba
Vertical integration, diversified operations, education and valued relationships are vital components to the success of community-based biodiesel producers. This is their story.
By Dean R. Edstrom
During these tough economic times in the biodiesel industry, success-even survival-often comes down to finding M&A partners. The following are important aspects for biodiesel companies to consider throughout the scope of the M&A process.
By Daniel Kuester
Iowa State University researchers are developing environmentally friendly ways to reduce soil runoff and retain soil nutrients so crop yields aren't impacted when residue is removed for biofuels production.