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3 June 2015
Alaska Airlines, WSU partner to advance use of aviation biofuels
Washington state’s hometown airline is teaming up with the Washington State University-led Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance (NARA) to advance the production and use of alternative jet fuel made from forest residuals, the tree limbs and branches that remain after a forest harvest.
17 November 2014
Students rank Northwest biorefinery and depot sites, present findings Nov. 19
Students at Washington State University have assessed possible sites for biorefineries and other facilities in the Pacific Northwest for processing wood from slash piles into jet fuel and other products. The group will present its findings in a webinar at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 19.
5 February 2014
Conference Unites Emerging Wood-to-Biofuel Industry in Pacific Northwest
It has been just over two years since the USDA invested $80 million to facilitate the development of a sustainable wood to biofuels and co-products industry in the northwest United States. This investment created the Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance (NARA) and Advanced Hardwood Biofuels Northwest (AHB): two projects with multiple partners focused on softwood and hardwood feedstocks respectively.
3 September 2013
Residual wood to jet fuel alliance holds annual meeting in Oregon
Researchers, educators, economists and business leaders will gather in Corvallis in early September to discuss progress made and future challenges to the development of a residual woody biomass to jet fuel and valuable co-products industry in the Pacific Northwest.
13 May 2013
Residual wood to jet fuel and value co-products alliance to hold first open house for interested stakeholders in western Washington and Oregon
VANCOUVER, Wash. - The Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance (NARA) will hold its first open house meeting for interested stakeholders in western Oregon and Washington. The purpose is to introduce the NARA project and leadership to stakeholders and establish a supply chain coalition in western Oregon and Washington.
9 May 2012
Students from throughout the Northwest bring new energy ideas to competition
More than 450 middle and high school students from throughout the Northwest, including first time participants from Oregon, Montana and Idaho, will present their creative solutions to society¹s energy challenges at Washington State University¹s Imagine Tomorrow competition.
11 April 2012
World industry leaders focus on biofuels, composites
Washington State University's International Wood Composites Symposium is collaborating for the first time with the Northwest Advanced Renewable Alliance (NARA) to present "Managing the Woody Biomass Supply Chain - Impact on Your Business"
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