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Great Grease for sale! Does anybody need any excellent WVO? I have about 100 gallons of WVO all from one Chinese restaurant. I have been running my cars off the grease from this
rbenshoof1
Mar 28
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Sugarcane Into Diesel -- Cold-Tolerant, Highly Productive, Oil-Produ A new type of sugarcane possessing a photosynthetic rate that's been increased by 30%, boosted oil production, and improved cold-tolerance has been developed
Doug Kalmer
Feb 26
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New Algae Biofuel: Holy Hot Sugar, Batman! | CleanTechnica When we say hot sugar, we mean a new generation of low cost industrial sugars that could help pull the biofuel market out of dependence on conventional crop
Doug Kalmer
Feb 21
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Biodiesel Forges A Path To Prosperity This sequence -- food first, then fuel -- is essential to our business model. We do not want to be part of a different problem, mowing down forests for
Doug Kalmer
Feb 10
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Gasoline-Like Biofuels From Plant Waste -- Promising New Process Dev A new process for the creation of gasoline-like fuels from cellulosic plant waste materials has been developed by researchers from the University of
Doug Kalmer
Feb 7
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Solazyme Begins Commercial Production Of Algal Oil In The US | Clean The pioneering biofuels producer Solazyme recently made yet another important step towards its goal of offering a commercially and economically viable
Doug Kalmer
Feb 3
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Boeing Discovers Promising Biofuel At $3 Per Gallon It is made from oils and fats that are chemically similar to todayÆs aviation biofuel and, with US government incentives, costs about $3 a gallon. That makes
Doug Kalmer
Jan 22
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Diesel Hybrid Mercedes C Class Coming in 2015 (w/ video) When you put green-minded car guys into a room, you almost always hear arguments for ôcleanô, high-MPG diesel cars vs. more complicated, but more prevalent
Doug Kalmer
Jan 20
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Fuel From Plants! The Basics of Biofuels - Green Transportation - MO Biofuels are attractive because they can be used in gasoline and diesel engines, but unlike oil, theyÆre renewable. Biofuels also help lower tailpipe
Doug Kalmer
Jan 17
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Boeing Seeks to Add Diesel From Vegetable Oils to Flights - Bloomber Boeing Co. (BA), the biggest commercial airplane maker, is seeking approval from U.S. regulators to fuel jets with a ôgreenö diesel made from vegetable oils
Doug Kalmer
Jan 15
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All Biofuels Are 'Nonsense', Says Nobel-Winning Photosynthesis Exper Dr. Hartmut Michel won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1988 for his work on photosynthesis, and he's currently the director of the Molecular Membrane Biology
Doug Kalmer
Jan 10
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Biodiesel Train Crossed US-Canada Border 24 Times to Exploit Biofuel You don't have to be Sherlock Holmes to figure out that there's something going on if a train crosses the US-Canada border 12 times back and forth (24 times
Doug Kalmer
Jan 10
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What happened to biofuels? Do they have a future? : TreeHugger A few years ago, everybody talked about biofuels. U.S. politicians were particularly enamored with corn ethanol, seeing it as a path to "energy independence"
Doug Kalmer
Jan 10
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One Little Bug Could Lead To Low Cost Biofuel From the exotic Valley of Geysers in far eastern Russia comes a bacteria that could propel the biofuel market far past its petroleum rivals. WeÆre comparing
Doug Kalmer
Jan 9
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Re: Fwd: Winter Gathering 2014 Trying to unsubscribe. ... On Thu, 1/2/14, Doug Kalmer wrote: Subject: [nashvillebiodiesel] Fwd: Winter Gathering 2014 To: Date:
BSH
Jan 2
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Fwd: Winter Gathering 2014 *Cumberland Green Bioregional Council* *30th Anniversary* *Winter Gathering* January 17-18-19, 2014 ô*Building a New Culture*ö *Friday January 17, 7 pm:*
Doug Kalmer
Jan 2
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Algae Oil Poised For World Domination, Eventually | CleanTechnica DonÆt be surprised if you wake up one day to find that the petroleum economy has been nudged aside by a startling diversity of alternative fuels topped by
Doug Kalmer
Dec 31, 2013
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Guayle Could Provide Path To Energy Independence If you find it hard to wrap your head around the idea that a shrub bearing pea-sized flowers could have anything to do with energy independence, consider
Doug Kalmer
Dec 27, 2013
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Algae To Oil In 1 Hour | CleanTechnica Scientists at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory have created a continuous chemical process that turns wet algae into useful crude oil, the big
Doug Kalmer
Dec 21, 2013
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Volkswagen Brings a 256 MPG Diesel Hybrid to Los Angeles VolkswagenÆs 260 MPG XL1 supercar has already sold out, but if you missed your chance to own the super-MPG two-seater, donÆt fret. TheyÆre putting that
Doug Kalmer
Nov 15, 2013
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Need An Alternative Fuel Station? Now There's An App For That. Ever wonder if you could fit more than 15,000 alternative fueling stations into the palm of your hand? Range anxiety, meet the iPhone. The National Renewable
Doug Kalmer
Nov 13, 2013
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Demand For 261 MPG VW XL1 Outstrips Supply Is the next order of ôsupercarsö less concerned with performance and more concerned with fuel economy? That could be the case if the success of the
Doug Kalmer
Nov 5, 2013
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An afternoon with Doug and Claudia, Part 2 6/5/13 - YouTube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sZU2k063-CA&feature=youtu.be This is part 2 of Sue Shann's visit to our farm. Sue is from Nashville's "Earth Revolution" cable
Doug Kalmer
Oct 30, 2013
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▶ An afternoon With Doug and Claudia Kalmer Part 1 6 15 13 - YouTu http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jp7dkmXhztk&feature=youtu.be Sue Shann of Earth Revolution visited on June 15, 2013 and interviewed us about solar space
Doug Kalmer
Oct 29, 2013
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Diesel Cars Finally Given The Axe In Europe? | CleanTechnica Unlike in the US, for a long time, diesel engines have been quite widely used across Europe. However, as pollution limits are getting stronger and advanced
Doug Kalmer
Oct 17, 2013
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Arizona Takes Its Algae Biofuel Show On The Road | CleanTechnica Arizona is already staking out a leadership position in solar power, and now itÆs looking to take the algae biofuel field by storm with a new $8 million
Doug Kalmer
Oct 11, 2013
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Diesel Exhaust Pollution Limits Honeybee Foraging Abilities, Researc Common diesel exhaust pollution notably limits the sensory abilities of honeybees, new research from the University of Southampton has found, possibly greatly
Doug Kalmer
Oct 11, 2013
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Volkswagen XL1, World's Most Efficient Car, Makes Its US Debut The Volkswagen XL1 made its American debut yesterday at the Society of Environmental Journalists (SEJ) conference in Chattanooga, Tennessee, combining fuel
Doug Kalmer
Oct 6, 2013
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The 63rd Annual Lindau Meeting: "The Controversy Surrounding Biofuel Nature Video presents five short films on this summer's Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting, which brought early-career chemists together with Nobel Prize-winners
Doug Kalmer
Oct 5, 2013
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Escherichia coli can produce biogasoline E. coli is best known for its connection to serious and potentially deadly food poisoning, but there are many different strains. Most of them are harmless and
Doug Kalmer
Oct 1, 2013
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