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Monday, October 17, 2011
The shift in company focus from exploration and production into gas transit would accomodate biogas as well, and could help instigate a nationwide shift from traditional fossil fuels to cleaner energy solutions. For more information please see http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2011-10-16/kinder-to-buy-el-paso-for-21-1-billion-making-biggest-u-s-pipe-company.html
Friday, October 14, 2011
Tuesday, October 4, 2011
The funding will be awarded by the Bioenergy Program for Advanced Biofuels, a program dedicated to promoting manufacturers of biofuels from non-corn derived sources. For the full story please see http://bioenergy.checkbiotech.org/news/usda_awards_grants_biomass_and_biofuel_production
It will be interesting to see whether this news indicates the start of a new trend for different government agencies taking more proactive positions towards enhancing and subsidizing cleaner alternative energy in the USA -- a country that by most accounts trails global peers significantly in this regard. With the current high unemployment levels in America currently, coupled with the country's high reliance on outdated fossil fuel energy production methods, linking the renewable energy sector to new jobs as a joint initiative makes a lot of sense. Of course it will take a lot more than some USDA grant money to accomplish anything significant. But the recent news from Secretary Vilsack represents a step in the right direction and hopefully signifies a growing new trend within both USDA and its sister agencies in Washington.
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