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BioFuel Research from UTS
Friday, 22 November 2013 12:44
Help for motorists to run and drive low emission vehicles
Friday, 11 October 2013 14:56

A new Low Emission Vehicle web site has been launched to help South Australians to choose, run and drive a more efficient vehicle.

The launch of the new web site at coincides with the arrival in Adelaide of competitors in this year's Solar Challenge.

The web site provides a one-stop shop for consumer information on retail outlets for bio fuels such as P100, E10 and E85, electric car recharge points and other handy tips for motorists.

Good Fortune for NQBE Project
Tuesday, 01 October 2013 13:49

Construction of a $500 million State Government approved renewable power, sugar and bio products facility in Ingham, North Queensland, is on target for completion in 2016 following a breakthrough agreement with an international partner announced today.

In a joint statement, North Queensland Bio-Energy Corporation Limited (NQBE) and China’s Nanning Good Fortune Heavy Industry Co. Ltd (GFHI) said the two companies had signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) in relation to the provision of equity and supply of plant and equipment for the ground-breaking project.

The facility, which will be the first of its kind in Australia, will be the most technically advanced sugar processing facility of its type in the world.

Cooking oil recycled to cut carbon emissions
Thursday, 26 September 2013 15:08

Innovative recycling project recognised for cutting carbon emissions
WA awards recognise environmental excellence

A project that recycles used cooking oil into renewable biodiesel fuel has taken out this year's Golden Gecko award for environmental excellence.

This year's award was won by ESS Support Services Worldwide and AshOil, a wholly owned subsidiary of the Ashburton Aboriginal Corporation.

New fuel price sign regulations give motorists a fair go
Friday, 06 September 2013 17:09

Minister for Fair Trading Anthony Roberts today announced the enforcement of new fuel price signage standards across NSW.

“Motorists will no longer be confused about the real cost of fuel as they approach a service station,” Mr Roberts said.

“The mandatory standards will improve transparency in the industry, increase competition and enable consumers to accurately compare fuel prices at different retailers.

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