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Renewable Fuels News

Sustainable aviation news blog from Northwest Advanced Bio-Fuels.

NWABF, NARA & WSU Initiative Attracts Interest From Delta Air Lines for Aviation Biofuel Research

An initiative led by Northwest Advanced Bio-Fuels, Washington State University and Northwest Advanced Renewable Alliance (NARA) on aviation biofuels research has attracted the interest of one of the world’s largest commercial air carriers. Delta Air Lines, as part of a $2 million investment along with its partner Northwest Advanced Bio-fuels LLC (NWABF), is studying the potential for a ...
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Background and History of David Smoot and Northwest Advanced Bio-Fuels

Dave Smoot started in the alternative energy arena 11 years ago with the development of wind and solar projects in southern California.  At this time, Dave’s focus was on alternative energy to generate electricity.  Dave received an exclusive to represent a unique and revolutionary Vertical Axis Wind Turbine from the Korean conglomerate, Daewoo. This was ...

Delta Air Lines to invest $2 million in aviation biofuel feasibility study

As part of its ongoing commitment to sustainability, Delta Air Lines is investing $2 million to partner with Northwest Advanced Bio-fuels, LLC for the feasibility study of a biofuel production facility to produce sustainable aviation fuel and other biofuel products. The sustainable aviation fuel, expected to be produced in a facility in Washington State, could be ...

What is Northwest Advanced Bio-Fuels, LLC?

NWABF is a renewable energy development company providing sustainable, cellulosic, commercial scale, ASTM compliant designer jet fuel in Washington State, using a voluminous supply of woody bio-mass from local feedstock suppliers. NWABF brought together a World-Class Team of engineering and technology companies that utilize established, currently in-use 2nd generation technology. NWABF’s solution is clean, renewable ...