Rural Clean Energy Receives Boost from 2014 Farm Bill

The 2014 Farm Bill was finally passed into law. Here are some interesting changes, including new funding levels for programs that support rural clean energy (including REAP, BCAP, and VAPG).

Atlanta Biodiesel Station Celebrates One Year Anniversary

We kicked off the one-year anniversary of the opening of our retail biodiesel station by hosting Atlanta Green Drinks this past Wednesday, June 12th. It was a fun and festive celebration with a great line-up of drinks, food and entertainment from a few fantastic supporters, and from many of the local restaurants that provide grease […]

Rural Energy for America Program grant applications due April 30!

REAP grant applications are due April 30!

Busy Season for Bioenergy

This winter has been a busy season of new bioenergy projects and policy developments.

New Retail Biodiesel Station Opening in Atlanta

We are pleased to announce that we are re-opening our retail biodiesel fueling station in Atlanta.  Our new fueling station is hooked up, fueled up, and is currently being tested!  We will host a grand opening and ribbon-cutting at the station on June 21 from 12-2 p.m. For details, click here and please stop by! […]

Congressional Detours for Clean Energy in Transportation Bill

Earlier this week, U.S. Senators deliberated and voted upon a series of amendments to the $109 billion transportation re-authorization bill which passed the Senate earlier today.  The amendments ranged from ones clearly associated with transportation (such as incentives for natural gas vehicles) to those just along for the ride (such as a proposal to maintain […]

Well, Is Bioenergy Carbon Neutral Or Not?

Are you feeling impatient about the complex question of biogenic carbon? For those who care about biomass, forests, or the climate, four new papers are worth careful reading.