Tag: Hawaii BioEnergy

US DOE invests $22M in algae biofuels accelerators

US DOE invests $22M in algae biofuels accelerators

August 2, 2013 |

Hawaii Bioenergy, Sapphire Energy, New Mexico State University, California Polytechnic State University, FDC Enterprises land tidy DOE support for algal biofuels, feedstock logistics projects. In Washington, US Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz, speaking at the DOE Biomass conference, announced $16.5 million in grants to four projects in California, Hawaii and New Mexico aimed at breaking down technical barriers and […]

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Alaska Airlines, Hawai`i BioEnergy sign jet biofuels pact

Alaska Airlines, Hawai`i BioEnergy sign jet biofuels pact

July 25, 2013 |

Hawaiian Island-based consortium of landowners pioneering production of bio-based fuels In Hawaii, Alaska Airlines and Hawai`i BioEnergy LLC announced today they have signed an agreement for the carrier to purchase sustainable biofuel for its aircraft. Founded in 2006, Hawai`i BioEnergy is a consortium of three of Hawaii’s largest landowners and three venture capital companies who […]

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Boeing, Hawai'i BioEnergy sign aviation biofuels feedstock R&D pact

Boeing, Hawai'i BioEnergy sign aviation biofuels feedstock R&D pact

November 11, 2011 |

On Hawaii, Boeing announced a collaborative agreement to work with Hawai’i BioEnergy on renewable energy sources for creating aviation fuel. Under the agreement, Boeing and Hawai’i BioEnergy will look at various crops including sorghum and eucalyptus as potential sources that can be grown locally and converted to jet fuel. The collaboration will also look to […]

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Hawaii BioEnergy to supply HECO with eucalyptus biodiesel

Hawaii BioEnergy to supply HECO with eucalyptus biodiesel

September 14, 2011 |

In Hawaii, biofuels company, Hawaii BioEnergy LLC, has made a deal to supply Hawaiian Electric Co. with biodiesel made from eucalyptus on the island of Kauai. The Company has signed a contract to supply 10 million gallons of biodiesel annually to HECO’s Kahe power plant on Oahu, equal to more than four percent of the […]

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