• Meet the New NGSB Co-Chairs

    Meet the new Next Generation Scientists for Biodiesel Co-Chairs: Dan Browne, Texas A&M University (Biochemistry); James Anderson, Southern Illinois University (Agricultural Science); Katie Heil, University of Colorado – Boulder (Electrical Engineering); Mike Morgan, Utah State University (Biochemistry)

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    Next Generation Scientists for Biodiesel
  • The Next Generation Adds to Biodiesel Sustainability and Growth

    Just as our roots are in scientific research, as biodiesel grows and adapts to our changing energy landscape, the future of the industry also lies in what science can produce. Labs at academic institutions will continue to shape biodiesel science.

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    The Next Generation Adds to Biodiesel Sustainability and Growth
  • 2014 National Biodiesel Conference + Expo - Complete Official Blog Highlights

    View complete highlights from the official blog of the 2014 National Biodiesel Conference + Expo. While the biodiesel industry faces the fight of its life in Washington, thousands of producers and enthusiasts gathered at the San Diego Convention Center during the week of January 20th to recognize 2013's record production and job growth.

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    2014 National Biodiesel Conference + Expo – Complete Official Blog Highlights
  • GHG Benefits Increase as Biodiesel Grows

    When the biodiesel industry grows, so do the greenhouse gas benefits of displacing fossil fuel. The federal Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) is the key driver for responsible growth of biodiesel and biomass-based diesel. Not only is the RFS driving gradual increases in overall volumes of biomass-based diesel, but it is accelerating industry diversity, and this has a compounding effect on the environmental and economic benefit.

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    GHG Benefits Increase as Biodiesel Grows
  • Now Is the Time to Maintain Momentum on Energy Independence

    We have made serious progress toward energy independence, but progress means little if we reverse course on renewable fuels. We have the opportunity to create jobs and clean the air if we take advantage of our existing renewable fuel capacity in 2014.

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    Now Is the Time to Maintain Momentum on Energy Independence
  • Chevy Cruze: Bringing Biodiesel to the Masses?

    As a diehard biodiesel/alternative energy fan, the object of my more recent desire (post-Simon Le Bon) arrived with the introduction of the 2014 2.0-liter turbocharged diesel four-cylinder Chevy Cruze, approved for a 20 percent blend of biodiesel (B20).

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    MTV Brought Music Videos to the Masses. Can the Diesel Chevy Cruze Do the Same for B20?

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Biodiesel is an advanced biofuel made from readily available, renewable resources. It is a domestic, sustainable, cleaner-burning, diesel fuel replacement that meets strict quality specifications. The National Biodiesel Board is the trade association representing the US biodiesel industry as the coordinating body for research and development.

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