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Tue Sep 25, 2007
We in New Hampshire have a commission to study the
production and use of Biodiesel. An important
aspect of the study is to collect info on what
other states have done in terms of:
- Demand side incentives
- Supply side incentives
- State policies/Executive Orders
- Tax credits
- Infrastructure Incentives
- Fleet Biodiesel Use requirements
- Commissions to study Biodiesel within the State
- Challenges or difficulties encountered
- Latest Federal Rules/Regulations
I realize that this is a long list, but I welcome
any input you can provide. I have already looked
on the Internet and found good info including an
excellent paper by Josh Zahn of Biodiesel.org.
Have a nice day.
Ihab Farag 1-603-862-2313
Ihab H. Farag, Sc.D., P.E.
Chemical Engineering Department
University of New Hampshire
33 College Rd (W315 Kingsbury Hall)
Durham, NH 03824-3591, USA
N.H. Pollution Prevention Partnership homepage:
UNH Biodiesel Group homepage:
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