September 2010

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Business Briefs

Business Briefs

By Staff


Walker, left, and Charlie Niebling, general manager of New England Wood Pellet, talk to tour participants about the wood pellet industry and the challenges they face.

Cheers to Biomass in Boston

By Anna Austin and Lisa Gibson

Woody biomass has been a controversial topic in the Northeast U.S., but speakers and attendees at the Northeast Biomass Conference & Expo demonstrated unwavering confidence in the future success of the industry.

An Algal Dream Team

By Lisa Gibson

The U.K.'s Carbon Trust has assembled a 'dream team' to collaborate on algae research and knock down the barriers blocking a commercial algal biofuel industry.

NREL has established a program similar to its Aquatic Species Program that specializes in algae research. PHOTO: NREL

A New Start

By Lisa Gibson

Ten years after NREL's Aquatic Species Program was shut down, a similar initiative began and now is thriving in its algae research, which includes the evaluation of CO2 recycling.

Biomass Production Process

Beyond the Hype

By Anna Austin

Global Biodiesel Production and Market Report

By the Biodiesel Magazine Editorial Staff

Discover what activities are taking place in the biodiesel sector around the world.

A 10,000-horsepower Jetcar running on B20 going 400 miles per hour beating airplanes in races all over the country is a fantastic tool to promote the high-performance nature of biodiesel.


2010 has been a year of uncertainty for the future of carbon credit trading. Optimism that the administration would push for an energy bill with a comprehensive national market-based compliance program has faded, while the sale of the first voluntary trading program in the U.S. for all six greenhouse gases, suggests a sagging commitment to a voluntary carbon trading market.

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