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BioEnergy Partnership, Inc.
Rainbow Circle Dirve
Independence, VA 24348

Office:  (276) 219-3594

From Biodiesel.org

Last updated 2009-03-25

Chesapeake Custom Chemical Corp.
126 Reservoir Road
Ridgeway, VA 24148

Office:  (276) 956-1373

Chesapeake Custom Chemical operates a 5 million gallon annual production capacity plant using soybean oil as the primary feedstock.

Last updated 2009-03-25

Dept. of Energy - Alternative Fueling Station Locator

Web site: The Station Locator can search our database of fueling stations for the entire country to find alternative fuel stations that offer compressed natural gas (CNG), liquefied petroleum gas (LPG or propane), 85% ethanol (E85), electric, biodiesel, hydrogen, and liquefied natural gas (LNG). The results are displayed in a map with details for each station.

Last updated 2010-07-09

Greenlight Energy Resources, Inc.
212 East High Street
Charlottesville, VA 22902

Office:  (434) 220-3710

E-mail: info@gleresources.com

Greenlight Energy Resources produces clean energy and fuels from renewable sources. Our biodiesel, solar, wind and wave energy companies are part of the renewable industry that is changing the way power is made.

Last updated 2010-06-28


Web site: Allows you to search for gasoline, diesel and alternative fuel retail locations across the country.

Last updated 2010-06-29

E85 Refueling Locations

National Ethanol Vehicle Coalition

Last updated 2009-03-25

R.G. Projects Development Corporation
700 2nd Street
Waynesboro, VA 22980

Office:  (540) 946-7382

From Biodiesel.org

Last updated 2009-03-25

RECO Biodiesel, LLC
P.O. Box 25328
Richmond, VA 23260

Office:  (804) 644-2611

E-mail: info@recobio.com

RECO Biodiesel uses soybean oil as its primary feedstock.

Last updated 2009-03-25

Red Birch Energy, Inc.
1495 Virginia Ave.
Martinsville, VA 24112

Office:  (276) 632-2530

We offer renewable fuels, biodiesel as well as standard fuels for diesel and gasoline engines. Additionally we offer convenience store items and nationally franchised food services.

Last updated 2009-03-25

Renroh Environmental Company
P.O. Box 44
Vernon Hill, VA 24597

Office:  (434) 476-2263

E-mail: ross@renroh.com

Renroh Environmental Company operates an 80,000 gallon annual production capacity biodiesel plant in Vernon Hill, VA.

Last updated 2009-03-25

Virginia State University - Petersburg
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Virginia State University - Petersburg

M. T. Carter Ag. Research Center
PO Box 9061
Petersburg, VA 23806

Office:  (804) 524-6781

E-mail: lrutto@vsu.edu

E-mail: wmersie@vsu.edu

Extension Energy Educator. As a university we are positioned to carry out studies on the agronomy and processing of potential biofuel feedstocks. Currently, we are focusing on sweet sorghum and canola as raw materials for bioethanol and biodiesel respectively. All data and innovations arising from our programs are disseminated to the residents of Virginia and all interested parties with the help of cooperative extension.

Last updated 2009-10-15


AMADAS Industries
1100 Holland Road
Suffolk, VA 23434

Office:  (757) 539-0231

FAX:  (757) 934-3264

E-mail: sales@amadas.com

Amadas Industries' current product lines include pull-type and self-propelled peanut combines, peanut diggers, Reel Rain irrigators, cotton stalk puller/choppers, edible bean combines and a line of industrial equipment for both the horticultural and recycling industries. In a joint venture with John Deere, Amadas developed the world's largest and highest capacity self-propelled peanut combine.

Last updated 2009-03-31

Lock Four
P.O. Box 474
Waverly, VA 23890

Office:  (804) 834-8317

E-mail: swg@erols.com

Lock Four performs feasibility assessments and designs and installs biogas systems. Examples include: Barham Farm, a 4,000 sow farrow-to-wean farm in Zebulon, NC; 2) Apex Pork, an 8,600 head finishing swine farm in Rio, IL; 3) Boland Farm, a 2,000 head nursery swine farm in Williamsburg, IA; and 4) a 2,800 head farrow-to-feeding swie farm in South Boston, VA.

Last updated 2008-08-20

Richmond Energy Associates
P.O. Box 615
Richmond, VA 05477

Office:  (802) 434-3770

E-mail: forward@sover.net

E-mail: forward@gmavt.net

Richmond Energy Associates is a renewable energy company specializing in anaerobic digestion feasibility analysis.

Last updated 2010-06-10

The AgSTAR Program

Office:  (202) 343-9406

The AgSTAR Program is a voluntary effort jointly sponsored by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the U.S. Department of Agriculture, and the U.S. Department of Energy. The program encourages the use of methane recovery (biogas) technologies at the confined animal feeding operations that manage manure as liquids or slurries. These technologies reduce methane emissions while achieving other environmental benefits.

Last updated 2009-08-17

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