Many conversations center on increasing the availability and convenience of biofuel and electric-powered vehicles to reduce our dependence on conventional fossil fuel. Yet another way families can become involved in this initiative is to decrease their usage of other petroleum-based products at home. During the 20th century, using petroleum-based derivatives in products gained popularity for… Read More.
All that talk about wind energy isn’t just a bunch of hot air. According to the US Energy Information Administration, wind energy was responsible for about 42% of all renewable electricity generated in 2019, which equals 7% of all electricity generated that year. Continued growth is on the horizon due to low energy production costs… Read More.
After decades of relying on petroleum for the bulk of our transportation needs, it may be easy to conclude that alternative energy solutions are new innovations recently invented as the world places more focus on clean air and conserving natural resources. However, that is not the case. Henry Ford grew up on a farm in… Read More.
Appleton, WI, TBD – U.S. Gain, a leader in development and distribution of renewable natural gas (RNG) for the transportation and thermal energy markets has been selected to supply RNG to Rogue Valley Transit District (RVTD) for use within their fleet of buses. This agreement will support RVTD’s mission of providing quality public transportation while… Read More.
Using biofuels has many positive benefits for environment. Being a renewable resource, we don’t have to worry about running out of supply. Growing and harvesting the material needed to produce the fuel does not harm the earth. And of course, burning the fuel is cleaner–resulting in fewer carbon emissions in our atmosphere. Missouri ranks third… Read More.