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Renewable Fuel Corp is a multinational renewable energy company with a focus on new technology deployment and project development. The company has partnered with Development banks and Renewable Energy Fund managers and put together a green energy funding platform. Read more...

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August 13, 2012, LAS VEGAS, NEVADA – Renewable Fuel Corp, Inc (RFC) a leading producer and supplier of biodiesel and biodiesel blended fuels in North America and in key International markets is pleased to announce today that Plant Offshore Group Limited (POGL) a leader around the world in Engineering, Procurement and Construction Management (‘EPCM’) services, engineering design software and rubber seismic isolation technology have concluded an investment transaction.

 

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August 4, 2012, LAS VEGAS, NEVADA – Renewable Fuel Corp (RFC) a leading producer and supplier of biodiesel and biodiesel blended fuels in North America and in key International markets has just concluded participation in the National Biodiesel International Trade Conference in San Francisco, California.

 

The company was featured at the trade show exhibits and was involved in strategic discussions with many industry participants with which the company intends to conduct

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June 9, 2012, LAS VEGAS, NEVADA – Renewable Fuel Corp, Inc (RFC) an emerging producer and distributor of biodiesel and biodiesel blended fuels in the US and key global markets announced today that in conjunction with recent negotiations and a subsequent agreements with Oilcorp Berhad (Oilcorp) and through its wholly owned subsidiary Oilcorp International Limited, the Oilcorp Board of Directors issued an agreement worth $22 million as defined in the Circular to Shareholders.

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Indonesia to boost biodiesel exports, Malaysia expects to lose market share

Reuters - 5 days ago
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New FSMA compliance program launched for biodiesel producers

Biodiesel Magazine - 4 days ago
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Air Canada fuels flights with biofuel on Earth Day

Biodiesel ... - 10 hours ago
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Earth Day harvest

Maui News - 15 hours ago
WAIKAPU — When Pacific Biodiesel's first crop of sunflowers started blooming last spring, the company didn't expect them to go viral. “We didn't know that when we started farming the...

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Wind energy's swift growth, explained

The Conversation - 20 hours ago
Experts expect the wind business to remain brisk in the US and abroad, on land and...

Wind Energy's Swift Growth, Explained

EcoWatch - 12 hours ago
The wind industry is growing quickly around the world, especially in China and the U.S., where the total amount of electricity generated by wind turbines nearly doubled between 2011 and 2017. All...

Trump likes coal, but that doesn't mean he's hostile to wind energy

Orlando Sentinel - 16 hours ago
West Coast states are also hoping to turn their offshore winds into energy. One planned project along the Northern California coast would create a 100-150 megawatt floating wind farm more than 20...

Windy Wyoming lagging in wind energy development

Gillette News Record - 10 hours ago
CASPER -- Wyoming and Colorado both got 10 percent of their power from wind in 2011. Last year, Colorado had nearly doubled that. South Dakota hit 30 percent, and 15 percent of Idaho's power came...

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