Noor-Hal Cuellar

Noor-Hal Cuellar

Freelance bioenergy professional

Noor-Hal Cuellar is a freelance bioenergy professional and recent graduate of the University of Cambridge, who specializes in Engineering for Sustainable Development. Noor is committed to increase people awareness about the advantages of using biofuels to decrease fossil fuels consumption, as well as working towards developing attainable solutions to the current challenges biomass-derived sources of energy are facing.

Latest articles published

UK and subsidising electric cars: is it working so far?
Let’s move from bio-ethanol to look into another sources of renewable energy, but still discussing about transportation. Transport has been identified as one of the main sources of human-induced gre...
Bioethanol in Mexico: the pathforward
My previous post served as an introduction about the current state of development of the ethanol industry in Mexico, as well as the policy framework designed to make a smooth transition towards a clea...
Ethanol Industry Outlook 2012: the challenge is still on
Noor-Hal Cuellar reports that the Renewable Fuel Association's Ethanol Industry Outlook for 2012 showed the US industry is in a healthy position. However, in this piece she examines what challenges it...
Sweetened or energized: the sugarcane dilemma
A big welcome to Noor-Hal Cuellar, the latest blogger to join our ranks. Noor is a graduate of Cambridge University and describes herself as a freelance bioenergy professional. She hopes to share her ...