By Michael Howe
Georgia-based Peach State Labs plans to produce 60,000 gallons of biodiesel this summer. Production is expected to reach 36 mmgy by early 2005.
By Michael Briggs
Soybean, rapeseed and recycled vegetable oils have taken global biodiesel production to its current height. Now, research suggests that less common plant feedstocks-crop residue, algae and mustard hybrids-might hold unparalleled potential.
By Julie Bratvold
A Biodiesel Magazine Q&A with Greenergy's Donna Clarke
By Jessica Williams, Dave Nilles & Julie Bratvold
Today, 23 national parks in the United States are using biodiesel. From use in fleet vehicles to marine engines and stationary equipment, many of America's most revered natural and historic places have embraced the clean diesel alternative.
By Dave Nilles
Environmental stewardship doesn't stop at the shoreline. Protecting the world's fragile marine ecosystems is the responsibility of all mariners. From California to Thailand, the air and water are just a little bit clearer where biodiesel blends are used.