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Renewable Energy World Editors - October 06, 2014

Look Who's Talking: The Experts Attending Renewable Energy World Conference, North America

Renewable Energy World Conference & Expo is one of the leading conferences for the renewable energy industry. The conference features insightful discussions and presentations during...

Sarah Galbraith - July 30, 2014

From Grass in the Field to Fuel in the Hopper: On-Farm Grass Energy is an Opportunity for Farmers

Farmers and landowners want to lower fuel and feed costs, explore feed and fertilizer co-products, be more self-sufficient, and rely less of fossil fuels. Biomass grass crops can be...

Jim Lane - July 28, 2014

Solar Fuels: How Close, How Real?

There’s a class of fuels that don’t use an intervening biomass to make a fuel — so, though they use biology or waste carbon, they’ve bristled at being called “biofuels." Instead, the...

Don Konantz - June 30, 2014

Pass the Mustard: Why Carinata is Taking Root as Biofuel

Navigant Research forecasts that the “global biofuels production will reach 61 billion gallons by 2023, replacing nearly 6 percent of global transportation fuel production from fossil...

Mohammed Safiuddin - February 19, 2014

Global Renewable Energy Grid Project: Integrating Renewables via HVDC and Centralized Storage

The global energy and environment challenges cannot be addressed through a local, regional, or even a national approach. They require a global outlook and a much broader vision, a Global...

Thomas Stringfellow - January 13, 2014

An Independent Engineering Evaluation of Waste-to-Energy Technologies

Waste-to-Energy (WTE) or energy-from-waste is the process of generating energy in the form of electricity and/or heat from the incineration of waste. In the U.S., some cities primarily...

Jeff Wright - December 30, 2013

Bio-energy Forest Plantations for the Southeastern United States

Bio-energy forest plantations will supplement woody biomass from other sources such as logging residues. In the southern U.S., projections are for an increase of up to 25 million “new”...

William C. Leighty - December 23, 2013

The Alaska Renewable-source Ammonia Fuel Pilot Plant: Firming Storage and Renewables Export

Alaska’s 720,000 people live in over 200 “energy islands” with no electricity grid connection to each other nor to North America. Smaller communities have no road connection to each...

William Byun - November 22, 2013

Palm Oil: A Biofuel Redemption Model

Palm oil may seem a natural food and biofuel, but has instead ended up as a flashpoint of environmentalist suspicion and increasingly shut out of certain global markets. The European...

George Chih-Chung Chou - July 16, 2013

Enzymatic Process for Biodiesel and Biobased Material Production

Currently, biodiesel is commonly made from soybean oil in the U.S., rapeseed, sunflower or soybean oil in the EU, and palm oil in Southeast Asia. However, in the event of the food vs....

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