To-Syn-Fuel is a project funded by Horizon 2020 EU’s new research and innovation programme which aims to demonstrate the production of Synthetic Fuels and Green Hydrogen from waste biomass.
Scientists at the National Research Centre in Egypt have developed a biofuel suitable for aviation from jatropha plants. The plants are grown in the desert using sewage water.
The University of Illinois Energy Farm is scheduled to receive a new biomass boiler from Germany for its greenhouse.
In a first, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has approved a pathway for an advanced biofuel that uses starch from feed corn to produce an alcohol.
A biofuel industry group has sent a letter to the congressional leadership in the US, calling for an extension of renewable energy tax credits that are scheduled to expire at the end of the year.
The United States Navy has accepted Australia's offer to supply biofuel for its Asia-Pacific "Great Green Fleet."