Thursday, August 09, 2012

USDA supports growers of feedstocks for advanced biofuels

Thursday, August 09, 2012
This is an excerpt from EERE network news, a weekly electronic newsletter.

$19.40 Million in payments to 125 advanced bio-fuel producers, the production of advanced biofuels from a wide range of food sources, announced on 27 July total including waste products to support the U.S. Agriculture (USDA). The financing will be provided by USDA bioenergy program for advanced biofuels, takes payments to eligible producers relative to the amount of biofuels, a receiver from renewable biomass as corn starch produced. Eligible feedstocks include crop residue; Animal, food and yard waste; Vegetable oil; and animal fats.

For example, the Somerset hardwood flooring in Somerset, Kentucky, a payment get sawdust from $7.040 for the production of wood pellets of residual sugar from his hardwood flooring production process. The company produces annually about 40 tons of wood pellets. Also get a payment of $9.612 for the use of dairy waste to produce biogas, which then current cast to that FPE renewable energy, LLC, headquartered in Lyden, Washington. And Virginia biodiesel refinery in West point, Virginia, received a payment of $7.900 for the production of biodiesel from recycled cooking oil oil and soybeans. See news release USDA.

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