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Synergy, Allard Energy sign distribution partnership for small-scale ethanol

Synergy, Allard Energy sign distribution partnership for small-scale ethanol

January 30, 2012 |

In Michigan, Synenergy announced their distributorship with Allard Energy.  Allard will provide research, development, and manufacturing services to support Synenergy’s ongoing distribution of ethanol production refineries and related products.  Allard supplies small- to medium-scale ethanol refineries designed to support a new distributed fuel production model. R ather than building large-scale ethanol plants, Allard’s distributed fuel […]

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Allard debuts first self-powered ethanol micro-refinery

Allard debuts first self-powered ethanol micro-refinery

June 21, 2011 |

In Texas, Allard Research and Development has unveiled the world’s first self-powered modular cellulose ethanol refinery utilizing cellulose feedstock grown as part of the system in hydroponic shipping containers. A 20 gallon-per-hour modular cellulose ethanol refinery module with feedstock grow containers will have a 3,600 sq. ft. footprint. These modules can be networked together to […]

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Circular solution for bioplastics, McDonald’s fryer oil to 3D printing resin, human hair to fertilizer, crab shells and seaweed to yarn, and more: The Digest’s Top 10 Innovations for the week of February 6th

Circular solution for bioplastics, McDonald’s fryer oil to 3D printing resin, human hair to fertilizer, crab shells and seaweed to yarn, and more: The Digest’s Top 10 Innovations for the week of February 6th

February 5, 2020 |

The infinity symbol…a figure 8 on its side, a lemniscate…no matter what you call it, it signifies the concept of limitlessness or eternity which is what the bioeconomy has been doing lately in its limitless innovations. It’s been a big week for bioplastics with Danimer Scientific and Columbia Packaging Group partnering to make compostable produce […]

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World’s 1st hydrogen fuel-cell powered yacht, hemp airplane, rock snot to biomaterials, sisal-based thermal insulation, and more: The Digest’s Top 10 Innovations for the week of January 3rd

World’s 1st hydrogen fuel-cell powered yacht, hemp airplane, rock snot to biomaterials, sisal-based thermal insulation, and more: The Digest’s Top 10 Innovations for the week of January 3rd

January 2, 2020 |

The bioeconomy is kickstarting 2020 with a flurry of innovations, like a millennial entrepreneur who developed a method to convert invasive toxic algae commonly called “rock snot” into various materials including paper, fabric and bioplastic. Another entrepreneur developed thermal insulation made from sisal, a plant found in east Africa. And a for sure way to […]

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Compostable coffee capsules, banana waste bioplastic, cocoa husk chocolate wrappers, cactus leather, and more: The Digest’s Top 10 Innovations for the week of December 4th

Compostable coffee capsules, banana waste bioplastic, cocoa husk chocolate wrappers, cactus leather, and more: The Digest’s Top 10 Innovations for the week of December 4th

December 3, 2019 |

The holiday season is in full gear for some and this means coming up with gifts for family and friends. For The Digest readers this week, there is no dearth of biobased alternatives to consider like leather alternative made from cactus which the entrepreneurs creatively named Desserto, or some sweet chocolate by an Indian-based chocolatier […]

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The Kodak Moment: The world’s airlines consider their low-carbon options in an era of flight-shaming

The Kodak Moment: The world’s airlines consider their low-carbon options in an era of flight-shaming

November 19, 2019 |

“If we had no winter, the spring would not be so pleasant: if we did not sometimes taste of adversity, prosperity would not be so welcome.” — Anne Dudley Bradstreet For the airlines, which met this past week in New Orleans for the Sustainable Aviation Fuels Symposium, it’s a Kodak Moment. As in the moment when Kodak […]

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BP, Nouryon, and Port of Rotterdam explore green hydrogen via water electrolysis

BP, Nouryon, and Port of Rotterdam explore green hydrogen via water electrolysis

May 9, 2019 |

From the Netherlands arrives the news that BP, Nouryon (formerly AkzoNobel Specialty Chemicals), and the Port of Rotterdam have joined forces to explore the opportunity of making ‘green hydrogen’ via water electrolysis for BP’s refinery in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, which has the potential for significant reductions in CO2 emissions. The refinery currently uses hydrogen made […]

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Lallemand and Toyota sign agreement for new cellulosic yeast strains

Lallemand and Toyota sign agreement for new cellulosic yeast strains

March 24, 2019 |

In Georgia, Lallemand Biofuels & Distilled Spirits signed an agreement with Toyota Motor Corporation to produce and market a new portfolio of yeast strains “TOYOTA XyloAce” for cellulosic ethanol production in North America. Toyota, through the use of gene recombination technology, has recently developed new yeast strains that will play an important role in the […]

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Two-dimensional materials skip the energy barrier by growing one row at a time

Two-dimensional materials skip the energy barrier by growing one row at a time

December 9, 2018 |

In Washington, a new collaborative study led by a research team at the Department of Energy’s Pacific Northwest National Laboratory and University of California, Los Angeles could provide engineers new design rules for creating microelectronics, membranes, and tissues, and open up better production methods for new materials. At the same time, the research helps uphold […]

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On Energy Independence Day, India, China surge as leaders in clean fuels

On Energy Independence Day, India, China surge as leaders in clean fuels

July 3, 2018 |

In the United States, Independence Day that is upon us, but around the world if “Energy Independence Day” is your preferred flavor, look at India and China. Because if you want it, here it is, come and get it, biofuels that is, and especially of the advanced type. If you like it from waste, even […]

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