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A sampling of photos from Team Members, Alvin and Alexia. These photos were taken within the last two years and represent farming, sustainability, bicycle touring, and community. 35 more words

Bicycle Touring

Trump and the US Biodiesel Market in 2017

Article by Brian L. Milne, Energy Editor, Product Manager with Schneider Electric

The surprise election of Donald Trump as the 45th President of the United States has sparked concern that the 10-year old Renewable Fuel Standard might come under attack by his administration despite Trump’s repeated comments during his campaign and after his November win that he supports ethanol in US transportation fuel. 1,557 more words

Energy Trading

Research report explores the biofuels market forecasts from 2016 to 2021

The report titled Global Biofuels Market by Manufacturers, Regions, Type and Application, Forecasts to 2021 is an expert analysis report which depicts analysis of market by key regions, with sales, revenue and market share by key countries. 15 more words


Production of High-Quality Diesel from Biomass Waste Products

The use of biodiesel has been promoted for the past decade as a substitute for fossil-based diesel fuel. However, it has become evident that its production competes with food production by engrossing cropland. 456 more words

Making Biodiesel

One of the benefits of the Bean Machine Cafe and recycling our waste is the used vegetable oil in which we cook our freshly made donuts. 169 more words


German biodiesel exports increase slightly

German biodiesel exports over the first 10 months of 2016 slightly exceeded those of the same period in 2015. The significant drop in demand for biodiesel from the majority of European trading partners was offset by an increase in shipments to the Netherlands and Poland. 24 more words


Croton nuts: Africa's New Biofuel That Literally Grows on Trees

The history of biofuel production in Africa is marked with expensive and damaging failures.

The much-hyped jatropha crop saw millions of dollars and vast tracts of land squandered, while the production of palm oil has been widely criticized for association with environmental damage and human rights abuses. 895 more words