I have not posted much over the past 6 months simply because of the workload on Pacific Rim BioEnergy (http://www.pacificrimbioenergy.com), but it seems that our political leaders here in Canada and around the globe have come to that critical junction with our climate and it would seem that they are electing to maintain business as [...]
Something seems to be very wrong here in this province. I keep searching and searching and searching but I cannot for the life of me find any evidence that BC is importing BioDiesel to achieve its biofuel mandates. These mandates were set up in the early to mid 2000′s by the Campbell Government as a [...]
In a follow-up to my last post it is my belief that the Canadian government will be much more responsive in assisting the alternative fuels industry based on a climate change approach as opposed to that of energy security. That being said what is the greenest approach to cultivating algae in British Columbia? I put [...]
Canada has the second largest oil reserves in the world, which begs the question, “What is going to persuade our government to support the alternative fuels industry?” This is where our views on climate change become a powerful political motivator. According to the Montreal Gazette today “80 per cent of Canadians polled said there is [...]
There is no perfect fuel and petroleum is one of the worst forms of fuel. It’s usage over the past 100 years has been solely based on it’s price point. Now that petroleum’s price point is no longer an advantage, clean fuels or B100 algae, is one of the best choices you can make in looking for a cost effective and sustainable source of energy.