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BioEnergy Washington
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BioEnergy Washington is a multi-agency group working to develop the framework for a successful bioenergy economy in Washington State. Some of the groups' activities include funding to support research, dissemination of information, and providing loans to spur industry growth and market incentives.

Last updated 2009-03-25


Central Washington Biodiesel, LLC
1000 N. Prospect St., Suite 1
Ellensburg, WA 98926
 

Office:  (509) 899-4956

E-mail: cwbiod@cwbiodiesel.com

Central Washington Biodiesel supports the local agricultural economy by producing biodiesel using oil from locally grown oilseed crops and from locally produced used fryer oil. We produce 100% Washington biodiesel. Central Washingon Biodiesel operates a 3 million gallon annual production capacity plant using canola oil as the primary feedstock.

Last updated 2009-03-25


Columbia BioEnergy, LLC
P.O. Box 543
Othello, WA 99344
 

Office:  (509) 636-2290

From Biodiesel.org

Last updated 2009-03-25


Dept. of Energy - Alternative Fueling Station Locator
Nationwide
 

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


E3 Energy Partners, LLC
1008 Western Avenue, Suite 307
Seattle, WA 98104
 

Office:  (206) 462-3600

FAX:  (206) 462-3599

E-mail: solutions@e3energypartners.com

E-mail: richb@e3energypartners.com

E3 Energy Partners provides process engineering and design for next-generation biorefinery and advanced biofuel plants worldwide. Our clients and partners are actively developing integrated biorefinery processes and projects spanning bio-heat, bio-power, biofuels and specialty chemicals from virgin, industrial and waste biomass feedstocks.

Last updated 2010-06-18


Gen-X Energy Group, Inc.
8520 West Entiat Ave.
Kennewick, WA 99336
 

Office:  (509) 308-4747

From Biodiesel.org

Last updated 2009-03-25


Imperium Renewables, Inc.
1418 Third Avenue
Suite 300
Seattle, WA 98101
 

Office:  (206) 254-0203

E-mail: info@imperiumrenewables.com

Imperium Renewables, Inc. operates a Seattle refinery as a wholly owned subsidiary under the name Seattle Biodiesel, LLC with a yearly capacity of 5 million gallons per year. In May of 2006 we announced development of one of the largest Biodiesel refineries in the country, 100 million gallons per year, in Gray's Harbor Washington. Imperium Gray's Harbor will be online Q2 2007.

Last updated 2009-03-25


MapQuest
Nationwide
 

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
Nationwide
 

National Ethanol Vehicle Coalition

Last updated 2009-03-25


Northwest Biodiesel Network
Seattle, WA
 

Office:  (206) 227-9542

E-mail: akahn@windermere.com

Our mission is to promote the use of biodiesel in the Northwest as an immediate and effective way to advance environmental health, economic strength, and social and political well-being in our communities, our nation, and the world.

Last updated 2009-03-25


Northwest Sustainable Energy for Economic Development - WA
Alternative URL:
Northwest Sustainable Energy for Economic Development - WA

1402 Third Ave., Suite 901
Seattle, WA 98101
       

FAX:  (206) 770-6570

Office:  (206) 328-2441

E-mail: amy@nwseed.org

E-mail: don@nwseed.org

Northwest SEED works to establish a clean, diverse, and affordable Northwest energy system, based on efficient use of renewable resources, with maximum local control and ownership of energy assets. Through our efforts successful on-the-ground, community-based projects stimulate local economic development, create jobs, and enhance security, creating widespread popular support for and investment in a sustainable energy system.

Last updated 2009-03-25


Olympic Biofuels, LLC
P.O. Box 10031
Bainbridge Island, WA 98110
 

Office:  (360) 297-3760

E-mail: info@olympicbiofuels.com

Olympic Biofuels operates a 500,000 gallon annual production capacity plant using multi feedstocks.

Last updated 2009-03-25


Standard Biodiesel USA, Inc.
2505 Meadow Ave. North
Renton, WA 98056
 

Office:  (206) 786-5050

Standard Biodiesel recycles waste vegetable oil and provides biodiesel and biodiesel-petroleum blends to be used in engines, generators, and furnaces.

Last updated 2009-03-25


Virginia Biodiesel Refinery, LLC
605 First Avenue, Suite 100
Seattle, WA 22482
 

Office:  (804) 435-1126

E-mail: info@virginiabiodiesel.com

Virginia Biodiesel Refinery operates a 7 million gallon annual production capacity plant using soybean oil as the primary feedstock.

Last updated 2009-03-25


Washington State University Energy Program
Alternative URL:
Washington State University Energy Program

PO Box 43165
Olympia, WA 98504-3165
               

Office:  (360) 956-2000

E-mail: kaufmang@energy.wsu.edu

E-mail: messmerk@energy.wsu.edu

The Washington Farm Energy Program is implemented by WSU in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Washington State Department of Agriculture, Washington State Conservation Commission and Washington State Dairy Federation. WSU staff members are developing farm energy software, conducting energy assessments and identifying funding resources to help farmers make energy efficiency improvements. Agricultural producers and processors can enhance the efficiency of their operations by participating in our industrial trainings on motors, pumps, compressed air, steam and refrigeration systems. Free monthly newsletter on Ag-Energy topics: http://www.energy.wsu.edu/EnergyLibrary/Newsbriefs.aspx#EnergyAg

Last updated 2014-06-16

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