While the major automakers slug it out over hydrogen vehicles and hybrids, grassroots alt fuel proponents are getting big into biodiesel. But for biodiesel to get to a critical mass, it needs to be made available to more people in more places. If you want to be part of this expansion, and do more than just talk about turning waste grease into biofuel in your community, then perhaps the upcoming Biodiesel Intensive course offered by BioFuel Oasis is for you.
We've written a lot about the various ways biodiesel is promoted and used in San Francisco (click here for previous stories). The San Francisco Chronicle spent the time and column inches to produce a long feature on the biofuel in yesterday's Sunday edition and found the general trend over the past few years in the biodiesel community is a transition from hobby fuel to general use and government promotion through, for example, using biodiesel in fleet vehicles.
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