Tag: RFP

Minnesota opens RFP for $150,000 bioenergy pilot project grant program

Minnesota opens RFP for $150,000 bioenergy pilot project grant program

April 1, 2019 |

In Minnesota, a Request for Proposals (RFP) has been launched by the state’s agriculture department under the AGRI Bioenergy/Biochemical Pilot Project Grant program providing funding that would advance a bioenergy or biochemical production technology beyond the bench scale/proof-of-concept scale toward commercial scale, through construction and operation of a pilot plant. A total of $150,000 will […]

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Odessa Public Development Authority opens RFP to sell biodiesel plant again

Odessa Public Development Authority opens RFP to sell biodiesel plant again

July 27, 2017 |

In Oregon, the Odessa Public Development Authority is yet again looking to sell or lease its 8 million gallon per year biodiesel plant after a previous deal fell through. The agency has opened an RFP that closes August 15. The biodiesel market in the state does not appear to be one that can support two […]

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NCETC issues RFP for $1.3M in clean energy project funding

NCETC issues RFP for $1.3M in clean energy project funding

September 4, 2014 |

In North Carolina, the North Clean Energy Technology Center at N.C. State University has announced a final request for proposals for over $1,300,000 in federal 2013-2015 funding to award to governments, business, and/or non-profit applicants for transportation technology related emission reduction projects. The Clean Fuel Advanced Technology (CFAT) Project is a three year $6.2 million […]

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South Africans want to be sure they benefit from bagasse electricity

South Africans want to be sure they benefit from bagasse electricity

July 16, 2013 |

In South Africa, the government should decide by December RFPs provided by sugar mills last week to produce and supply sugarcane-based bagasse to the national grid. Mills could provide 800MW of electricity from existing bagasse supplies but the government has yet to respond with a feed-in tariff that would bring in the required investment.

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