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Altered Energy - Alternative Energy news One of the first unbiased, major comprehensive reviews of blockchain has concluded that the technology is “actually delivering on its promises in a number of areas directly related to energy”. Scientists from Heriot-Watt University in Scotland found that blockchain could “further facilitate smart grid applicationsyetatrtdezbysaetcvxutyecsqxw and...
Altered Energy - Alternative Energy news Advisory and certification company DNV GL has launched a new mobile laboratory service for the onsite testing of solar PVzdcatuqutscbybtdbdsvdxsvsdxvdc modules in India. The Onsite Solar Lab is a first for DNV GL and the company says it will allow asset owners to save time and...
By Brent Erickson, Executive Vice President; Head, Industrial & Environmental Section, Biotechnology Innovation OrganizationSpecial to The Digest As we move closer to celebrating the end of 2018, Congress has given those working in America’s bio-based and agricultural sectors a reason to celebrate early. The 2018 Farm Bill has passed both chambers of Congress, with overwhelming bipartisan support, and is...
In India, two coastal communities in Maharashtra have been short-listed as potential sites for a government program that will trial the use of cashew apple and press cake as feedstock for biofuel production. Praj as well as a local university and other partners are teaming on the project that could help reduce the 2.2 million metric tons of...
In Canada, Benefuel Inc. responded to British Columbia’s recently publicized climate change plan that included an expanded Low Carbon Fuel Standard by announcing Dec. 11 that it has begun a site search and discussions with interested parties on a few specific locations for Benefuel’s next state-of-the-art biodiesel facility. This announcement has assisted Benefuel in prioritizing its expansion efforts,...
In California, after its recent success in defeating all claims in the lawsuit filed by Aemetis, Inc., Edeniq, Inc. announced that it has voluntarily withdrawn its cross-claims. Edeniq had brought this countersuit to assist it in defending against Aemetis meritless case; having now achieved that clear victory, Edeniq has chosen not to incur the time and expense of...
In the Philippines, Platts reports that imported ethanol prices basis CIF Philippines fell to $415.33/cu m earlier this week, a four-month low US ethanol prices continue to fall. Argo Ethanol prices fell to 15-year lows earlier in the week as production continues to pass more than a billion barrels per day despite rising corn prices leading to squeezed...
The pace of bioeconomy invention and change continues at a frenetic pace. Here are the top innovations for the week of December 14th. In today’s Digest, biobased beer can rings, algae and bugs, chitin-based plastic breakthrough, gribble gut enzymes, banana based products — these and more, ready for you now at The Digest online. #1 Find your plastic-free beach: Corona...
Dr. Terry Mazanec Justin Krieger, Esq. By Dr. Terry Mazanec and Justin Krieger, Esq.Special to The Digest Early movers in a new field can make audacious claims and often become incredibly wealthy. In 1612, some of the first English settlers in America were able to persuade King James I to grant the “Virginia Company” a Charter to a huge portion of North...
Altered Energy - Alternative Energy news On Thursday, Wood Mackenzie Power & Renewables and the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) reported results of their analysis of U.S. solar installations in the third quarter of 2018. While large-scale solar installations fell, the residential market continued to stabilize after falling in 2017, said...

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