Bioheat® Rises

At last year’s National Biodiesel Conference, heating oil leaders took center stage to share intentions of a concerted transition to low carbon options like Bioheat®. Oilheat continues to face an existential threat – both from competing heat sources and the demand for lower climate impact. Success in a low carbon world will require action in five areas: carbon…Read More

Biomass-Based Diesel Volumes on the Rise

The latest Short-Term Energy Outlook from the Energy Information predicts growth in biodiesel production through 2022. EIA expects biodiesel production will increase by nearly 4% this year and an additional 6% in 2022, driven largely by increasing RFS targets and the existence of the biodiesel production tax credit through 2022. EIA assumes future RFS targets will primarily affect…Read More

Next Generation of Scientists for Biodiesel Learns From Mentors

From exciting feedstock research to the comparative cost of carbon reduction strategies, biodiesel research and outreach projects are on the rise at universities and colleges around the country. At the 2021 National Biodiesel Conference and Expo, the Next Generation of Scientists for Biodiesel (NGSB) spent a good deal of time networking in zoom rooms with mentors from the…Read More