Don Scott of the National Biodiesel Board said something to me earlier in the evening that struck me as as especially applicable for the folks here. The essence of what he said to me is that a person’s dedication to a cause tended to increase in a manner proportional to the amount of suffering one has endured in its furtherance.
I find it hard to believe that we are already in the midst of summer. It has already been a tremendously eventful year at Promethean, and it seems that we need to pick up the pace.There have been so many changes in such a brief period of time. Some of the changes were made by […]
2010. A new year. Almost everything seems possible; everything except the passage of the biodiesel blenders credit renewal.
The New York Times report issued on December 18th does more than suggest a delay of the Senate taking on the tax credit extension, tabling the matter until some time next year.
Biodiesel may be great as a fuel. It may be better as a fuel additive. It may need to cost more no matter what.
As it gets closer to the grand opening of the plant there has been a definite increase in traffic from the general public and enthusiasts.
Two complications impacting the production and distribution of biodiesel are feedstock sourcing and accessibility to health effects data. These issues might not be issues that solely plague the emergent biodiesel industry. The biofuels industry is immature, and currently does not benefit from a well-established infrastructure of diverse players occupying a well-stratified marketplace.