Tuesday, July 24, 2012

REaction 2012: TBK to attend 1st major biofuels conference in Southern India

TBK Associates will be present at the "World's first action oriented renewable energy meeting" in Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India. This represents another step forward for TBK having been invited by the EIA of India to join the conference to discuss "second and third generation" biofuels. The event has been dubbed REaction 2012 and promises to revitalize India's efforts to commercialize sustainable biofuels options like TBK Biofuels. The agenda of the conference includes a 'crash course' on algae research for biofuels, but the conference is not for biofuels alone. The entire suite of sustainable energy technology platforms will be discussed at the various break-out meetings and technical sessions that will take place for three days (July 26-28). Event sponsors include: Sun Edison, L&T, ReGen PowerTech, Tamil Nadu Development Agency, Oilgae, and many others. Event partners include: IBM, Tata, European Business Technology Centre (ebtc), Nordic CleanTech, Mailhem Engineers Pvt. Lmt., Power Today, Tender Tiger, and many more. This event represents an opportunity to turn some heads toward a liquid biofuels solution that ultimately does not rely on hexane and methane produced from fossil fuels; that's the TBK Solution!

Thursday, February 10, 2011

Oregon Carbon Calculator

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Tuesday, December 7, 2010

TBK Biodiesel will be represented at The National Algae Association's Collaboration, Strategic Alliances and Networking Event (January 13-14, 2011) at The Biotech Institute - Lone Star College! Click here for more information.

Friday, December 3, 2010

Sustainability Mapping for TBK Biodiesel

The subject topic has been accepted for presentation at the prestigious Portland International Center for Management of Engineering and Technology (PICMET 2011)!

The presentation will discuss TBK Biodiesel's plans for partnering with external organizations for scaling-up production of an improved biodiesel (one whose production process eliminates the glycerol-glut, is significantly more efficient, and is also synergistic to cellulosic ethanol production)!

Look forward to more good news as progress with TBK Biodiesel continues!

Saturday, August 21, 2010

MicroBiOil: From Crude Glycerin to Biodiesel - Biodiesel Magazine

This article by Malena Valdivieso of Biodiesel Magazine implicitly indicates that TBK-Biodiesel as a viable solution for getting rid of the growing glycerol glut!
MicroBiOil: From Crude Glycerin to Biodiesel - Biodiesel Magazine