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2008 is a Good Year for Algae

And we’re not just talking about sushi here.  According to Greentech Media 2008 has been a banner year for venture capital financing of algae based biofuel companies. $179.5 million to date, according to numbers from the Cleantech Group. That compares with what appears to be about $32 million raised last year, based on a Cleantech Group chart of quarterly totals that doesn’t list the actual numbers And, elsewhere in the blogosphere algae biofuels are getting Read More >

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10 Questions for POET on Ethanol

earth2tech emailed 10 questions to POET’s CEO, Jeff Broin. Ranging from, Do you favor one presidential candidate’s biofuel and energy policy over the other, and if so, which one? to In the great debate over how much corn ethanol is affecting food prices, what do you think about some newer reports that have said biofuels have affected food prices significantly? Drop in and check out the answers.

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BIO's Brent Erickson Discusses the Future of Ethanol on Tech Nation

Hey check it out!  BIO’s very own Brent Erickson discusses the future of ethanol with Dr. Moira Gunn on Tech Nation. Listen to the interview.

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The Importance of Keeping the Standard

Since the EPA came out with their decision last week to keep biofuels levels in place after considering Texas Governor Perry’s request my colleague Matt Carr, biofuels expert has blogged about the issue on The Hill Blog.  Check out his post.

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EPA Denies Texas Request to Waive RFS

Today, EPA Administrator Stephen Johnson announced the decision to deny Texas Gov. Rick Perry’s request for a waiver of the Renewable Fuel Standard. Johnson said in a press release: “After reviewing the facts, it was clear this request did not meet the criteria in the law. The RFS remains an important tool in our ongoing efforts to reduce America’s greenhouse gas emissions and lessen our dependence on foreign oil, in aggressive yet practical ways.” In Read More >

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