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Kior lands state loan to make 'biocrude' from wood

Biofuel company Kior gets $75 million loan from Mississippi to scale up its catalyst-based process for turning biomass into gasoline or diesel fuel.

By August 30, 2010


While Washington bickers, green tech goes local

With political paralysis and the turmoil of Solyndra in Washington, states are taking the lead on green technology action, pitting individual states against other countries.

By October 16, 2011


Kior files to go public for advanced biofuels

While the ethanol industry faces more skepticism, biofuel companies making drop-in replacements for petrofuels are moving out of demonstration stage to larger-scale production.

By April 12, 2011


DOE readies giant wood-to-fuel loan guarantee

Kior said it has a term sheet for a $1 billion loan guarantee from the DOE to build four plants that will convert wood chips into a gasoline substitute.

By February 4, 2011


Green-tech companies look overseas for foothold

To navigate uncertain policies in the U.S., clean-tech start-ups are trying to grow on the cheap and get first products online in China and other countries.

By November 20, 2010


Clean-energy miracles: Myth or viable strategy?

A debate is growing between techno-optimists who argue for a sharp increase in clean-energy research to pursue breakthroughs and those who say we should push harder on existing green technologies.

By September 24, 2010


Blogroll review: biocrude, Alaska, & policy

Turning up the heat to turn up the fuel; Alaska gets steamy and policy changes on the horizon.

By February 11, 2008