Hayes, VA (October 8, 2010) – Phillips Energy, Inc., is celebrating the growth of domestically produced alternative fuels in the Commonwealth at the Grand Opening of the new and open-to-the-public Phillips Energy fueling station today. This new public 24-hour fueling facility will include B20 biodiesel, E85 ethanol, and propane Autogas as well as gasoline and diesel. The facility will be the first privately owned station in the Commonwealth of Virginia to dispense three different alternative fuels, and was partially through a Department of Energy’s Clean Cities program grant.
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On September 29th, Virginia Clean Cities hosted the Virginia Biodiesel Conference at JMU’s Festival Grand Ballroom. The conference utilized an open meeting style, and specifically focused on several topics including: tax credits, quality control, incentives and funding, market barriers, the debate of food vs. fuel, and legislation and policy. Attendees were able to create focus areas and participate in dynamic breakout sessions. Participants included representatives from state and local government, the biodiesel and petroleum industries, university representatives, vehicle fleet operators, biodiesel producers, and interested members of the general public.
Friday October 8, 2010 – Friday October 8, 2010 2586 George Washington Memorial Highway, Hayes, VA Map and Directions | Register Description: Phillips Energy, Inc. and Virginia Clean Cities invite you to celebrate the growth of alternative fuels in Virginia at the Grand Opening of the new and open to the public Phillips Energy Fueling …
In partnership with Virginia Clean Cities, the Mid-Atlantic Regional Air Quality Management Association (MARAMA) is soliciting applications from eligible parties interested in participating in the Statewide Biodiesel Buy Down under the Virginia Diesel Emission Reduction Recovery Grant. The U. S. Environmental Protection Agency awarded funds to the Commonwealth of Virginia under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 to support this program. Eligible Virginia State diesel fleets operating in the Commonwealth of Virginia interested in seeking funding to address potential incremental costs of using large volumes of biodiesel blends over regular diesel are encouraged to apply.