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Gaseous fuel safety with John Davis of MotorWeek

Join car expert and host and creator of MotorWeek, John Davis, to find out how a series of trainings can help public...

Five biodiesel myths busted

Twin Cities Clean Cities Coalition give five common biodiesel myths that are deceiving people about switching to biodiesel fuel.

The biodiesel Vehicle Wrap Program has launched

The National Biodiesel Board has launched its biodiesel Vehicle Wrap Program to encourage biodiesel users to show off their commitment to cleaner...

EPA/Sierra Club agree to partially settle lawsuit over ethanol fuel

In late 2017, Sierra Club sued the EPA over failure to provide to Congress research on the environmental effects of the Renewable...

2019 International Fuel Ethanol Workshop & Expo announces technical sessions agenda

Produced by BBI International, the agenda for the 35th annual ethanol industry conference includes more than 150 speakers and five highly informative...

Food versus fuel?

Ethanol is the fastest-growing renewable fuel on the planet. The ethanol industry generated over $46 billion in gross domestic product last year,...

Biofuel blends in motorcycles, what do bikers think?

The Renewable Fuels Association gets a lot of questions about using biofuel blends in motorcycles, so they decided to ask the bikers...

RFA releases a closer look at the ethanol production process

We've all heard of ethanol, it's a clean, affordable, domestic fuel, but what exactly is it? How does corn become a fuel?...

Listen to 3 renewable fuels CEOs talk about the future of...

This year's National Biodiesel Conference at the Marriott Marquis in San Diego,...

PHYCO2 algae pilot program with MSU reaches new milestones

PHYCO2 LLC reached a new milestone in its three-year pilot program with Michigan State University, announcing the operation of its new, scalable algae production technology...
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