New Mexico is ready to develop a biofuels plan according to KRQE.com and the Associated Press,
“New Mexico’s elected officials want to develop a strategic plan to make the state a leader in the biofuels industry.
Gov. Bill Richardson said New Mexico is in a good position when it comes to biofuels, given its combination of economic policies, business infrastructure, natural resources and scientific expertise.
State leaders and the Southwestern Biofuels Association are planning a series of meetings over the next three months that will bring together dozens of experts from industry, science, education, agriculture and government to begin developing a roadmap for growing the state’s biofuels industry.
Officials expect to have a proposal completed by mid-April. The public will have an opportunity to comment on the plan.”
We look forward to seeing that proposal and will keep you posted.
Automotive.com takes on the topic of algae
in, “Algae-based Biofuels faster to produce than Conventional Ethanol, E85, Biodiesel”
Algae is fast becoming a new area in industrial and environmental technology, with wide ranging possibilities. Stay tuned to our site for updates in the area.