REG utilizes a nationwide production, distribution and logistics system as part of an integrated value chain model to focus on converting natural fats, oils and greases into advanced biofuels and converting diverse feedstocks into renewable chemicals. With 10 active biorefineries across the country, research and development capabilities and a diverse and growing intellectual property portfolio, REG is committed to being a long-term leader in bio-based fuels and chemicals. For more than a decade, REG has been a reliable supplier of advanced biofuels which meet or exceed ASTM quality specifications. REG sells REG-9000 biomass-based diesel to distributors so consumers can have cleaner burning fuels that help diversify the energy complex and increase energy security.
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Renewable Energy Asia 2015 – ASEANs Largest and most Comprehensive Renewable Energy Exhibition – Yahoo Finance
The Implementation Plan, released in January 2014, reflects the reality of a changing Arctic environment; upholds national interests in safety, security, and environmental protection; and works with international partners to pursue global objectives of addressing climatic changes. One line of effort under NSAR and the Implementation Plan is to develop a 10-Year Plan to support and accelerate deployment of renewable energy development in the Arctic Region. The 10-Year Plan will include key activities that: Identify federal, tribal, state, and regional stakeholder goals for renewable energy development Identify opportunities for public-private partnerships to support renewable energy project deployment Support deployment of clean energy projects through existing and potential future federal efforts, including the Alaska Strategic Technical Assistance Response Team (START) Program Leverage science and innovative technologies in renewable energy.
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Energy Department Announces Second Round of National Strategy for the Arctic Region Meetings | Department of Energy
12, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — ASEAN is now experiencing strong economic growth, but the increasing rate of development also brings higher energy consumption and cost. That is why the demand for renewable energy in Asia is climbing. ASEAN governments are strongly promoting and encouraging the use of renewable energy, especially in manufacturing along with use in residential and commercial buildings. Renewable sources of energy are not only cheaper but produce substantially less air and water pollutants, without disturbing residential and commercial developments. Renewable energy now plays a key role in strengthening energy security as it simultaneously lowers the cost of eliminating unwanted industrial waste. View photo . That is why RENEWABLE ENERGY ASIA 2015 is a must-attend event of the year and is now ASEAN’s largest and most dynamic renewable energy exhibition. The 2015 event will feature the latest 21st Century energy sources and systems along with cutting edge machinery, equipment and renewable energy technology.
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