The following links are not presented in any particular order:
Guides the multi-agency effort to coordinate and accelerate all Federal biobased products and bioenergy research and development. The Biomass Research and Development Act of 2000 (Biomass Act) [Pub. L. No. 106-224] requires cooperation and coordination in biomass research and development between the USDA and U.S. DOE.
California Biomass Collaborative provides information on availability of biomass and benefits of use
This farm energy website provides information on the Energy Title programs of the Federal Farm Bill and energy efficiency and renewable energy opportunities that benefit farmers, ranchers and rural communities. The site is sponsored by the
USECORN.COM, L.L.C. was established in 2007 as an information and technology platform providing news, programs, and other resources related to the biofuels industry.
Sponsored by the Farm Journal; includes a biofuels discussion group
Encourages investment in publically traded companies in biofuels; includes special reports
http://www.nrel.gov/gis/biomass.html (maps of US biomass resources)
Renewable Energy Policy Project from the Center for Renewable Energy and Sustainable Technology (CREST)
The National Renewable Energy Laboratory's selected links for students on biomass.
The BP America alternative energy web site includes several useful links to background information on renewable and sustainable energy sources.
National Sustainable Agricultural Information Service
Biomass site for Agriculture and
Biomass Rules, a private web site by Dr. Mark Jenner, attempts to add “clarity and understanding to all things bio.” It’s a very interesting web site with a wide variety of very useful and current information.
Biofuel Review provides international biofuel news, updated daily (includes Twitter updates)
Biobased News used to be The Biobased Information SystemTM (BIS). BiobasedNews.com focuses on a business savvy audience and offers the latest updates on university research, new product technologies, start-up businesses and research collaborations that are all part of the emerging Bioeconomy.
The Bio-based Energy Analysis Group, BEAG, was established in 2004 by the University of Tennessee Department of Agricultural Economics and Agricultural Experiment Station.
Industry insiders comment about the cellulosic ethanol sector
Willow Biomass for Bioenergy