Tag: Pacific Biodiesel

University of Hawaii at Mānoa teams with Pacific Biodiesel on wastewater

University of Hawaii at Mānoa teams with Pacific Biodiesel on wastewater

February 12, 2014 |

In Hawaii, Researchers from the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa are working with Maui based company Pacific Biodiesel to develop a way to make water from restaurant grease traps reusable. The collaboration is an example of a new type of partnership between local businesses and the state’s public university. UH developed a High Rate Anaerobic Digestion […]

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Pacific Biodiesel named to Hawaii’s 25 Most Influential Businesses of past 50 years

Pacific Biodiesel named to Hawaii’s 25 Most Influential Businesses of past 50 years

July 4, 2013 |

In Hawaii, Pacific Biodiesel has been named to the “Top 25 Most Influential Companies in Hawaii” of the past 50 years, by Pacific Business News. The pioneering biodiesel firm (so ancient in its provenance that it owns the biodiesel.com web address) was one of only two energy companies on the list. The news came as […]

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On the Move in Biofuels: Pacific Biodiesel

On the Move in Biofuels: Pacific Biodiesel

June 12, 2013 |

In Hawaii, Pacific Biodiesel Technologies announced today that Samuel Millington has been named Chief Executive Officer for the 17 year-old Maui-based company. Millington, a long time Hawaii resident, joins PBT with years of experience in the for-profit, nonprofit and public service sectors. Millington joins PBT at a pivotal moment for the rapidly growing company, with […]

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Palmyra Atoll Goes Renewable via Pacific Biodiesel, The Nature Conservancy

Palmyra Atoll Goes Renewable via Pacific Biodiesel, The Nature Conservancy

January 31, 2013 |

In Palmyra, Pacific Biodiesel will supply a second delivery of biodiesel in 2013 for a Nature Conservancy research team on Palmyra Atoll, located in the North Pacific, after first supplying a load of 10,000 gallons in 2011. The Nature Conservancy’s Palmyra Project strives to “conserve unique biological resources on the atoll; supporting scientific research which will […]

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Hawaii airport biodiesel contract OK’d

Hawaii airport biodiesel contract OK’d

December 21, 2012 |

In Hawaii, the contract for Maui-based Pacific Biodiesel Technologies to supply biodiesel to Hawaiian Electric Company for the Honolulu International Airport Emergency Power Facility has been approved by the Hawaii Public Utilities Commission. Under the three-year agreement, Pacific Biodiesel will annually supply between 250,000 gallons and one million gallons of biodiesel produced locally from Hawaii-sourced feedstock. As production ramps up […]

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"Military to have a massive impact on renewables this decade."

"Military to have a massive impact on renewables this decade."

November 10, 2011 |

Today on Twitter. ContactSEC: Alaska Air calling for EPA to allow flight biofuels to qualify for REC credits. MN2020: Minnesota has been a national leader in renewable fuels, enacting the nation’s first ethanol and biodiesel mandates AlgaeBioCorp: Utah State University project converts algae to fuel and other bio-products . . . ajdye: Military to have […]

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Pacific Biodiesel to supply biodiesel fuel for HNL emergency generators

Pacific Biodiesel to supply biodiesel fuel for HNL emergency generators

August 3, 2011 |

In Hawaii, Pacific Biodiesel will supply at least 250,000 gallons of locally produced biodiesel to the new 8-megawatt (MW) Honolulu International Airport Emergency Power Facility to be operated by Hawaiian Electric. The three-year contract with renewal options calls for Pacific Biodiesel to supply biodiesel from locally recycled cooking oil collected and processed at either the […]

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US Army, Pacific Biodiesel complete two-year biomass trial

US Army, Pacific Biodiesel complete two-year biomass trial

[ 0 ] March 23, 2011 |

In Hawaii, the US Army Installation Management Command-Pacific and Pacific Biodiesel have finalized a a two-year biofuel crop research project aimed at reducing the Hawaii’s dependence on fossil fuels. The first step in the project is locating suitable land to grow biofuel crops.  Pacific Biodiesel is looking at various agricultural sites within the State and will […]

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