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Nineteen Nations Say They’ll Use More Bioenergy To Slow Climate Change

China and 18 other nations representing half the world’s population said on Thursday they planned to increase the use of wood and other plant matter from sustainable sources to generate energy as part of efforts to limit climate change. The group would work out collective targets for increasing the use of what they called sustainable […]

Researchers Convert 80 Percent Of Biomass Into High-Value Products

The three main components of non-edible plant matter can now be turned into high-value products in economically favorable yields. Using the concept of an integrated biorefinery, researchers showed how multiple products are created. The streams are similar to those used in a petroleum refinery. With the new approach, non-edible plant matter could become a promising […]

Biofuels Bill Big Win For Minnesota Timber Industry

A group of timber, agriculture and environmental experts have all agreed that the Legislature’s advanced biofuel incentive program bill is a significant step forward and will make Minnesota one of the best places in the world to practice and produce biofuels technology. Sen. Tom Saxhaug, DFL-Grand Rapids, is chief author of the bill that made […]

University Of Delaware Awarded $12 Million Grant To Develop Biomass Fuels

Delaware’s congressional delegation Monday announced a $12 million federal grant for energy research at University of Delaware in Newark. The grant from the U.S. Department of Energy will go to UD’s Catalysis Center for Energy Innovation, intended to speed scientific breakthroughs for the 21st century energy economy, Sen. Tom Carper, Sen. Chris Coons and Rep. […]


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