Holden and Landcare Australia have officially launched the South Australian H.E.L.P – Holden Environment Landcare Partnership.
The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) has provided a $250 million loan guarantee to a planned US biofuel facility that will use the same rubbish-to-fuel technology as a plant proposed for Australia.
Holden and Landcare Australia will join forces to collect six species of indigenous plant seeds from the Holden Lang Lang Proving Ground tomorrow, ultimately leading to the establishment of 10,000 indigenous plants in the local area.
A ground-breaking plant capable of turning household rubbish into ethanol is one step closer with a new company, Flex Ethanol Australia, to be formed.
Holden today welcomed the announcement by Caltex Australia that it would sell its new fuel, Bio E-Flex, at six Brisbane sites by the end of October. Bio E-Flex is now on sale at Caltex sites in Mackenzie and Brookwater, and will be available from a further four sites including Alexandra Hills, Churchill, Marsden and Worongary by the end of next month.
Holden today announced the launch of ethanolanswers.com.au, a new website to help answer motorists’ questions about ethanol and the ethanol-based alternative fuel, E85.
The top-selling Holden Commodore is now the first Australian-made car capable of running on environmentally friendly bio-ethanol with the launch of the company’s new VE Series II range today.
Holden today welcomed Caltex Australia’s announcement that it would install 10 pumps in New South Wales to sell its new fuel, Bio E-Flex. Making the announcement was New South Wales Minister for Planning, Infrastructure and Lands, Tony Kelly, who is a strong advocate for the development of the Australian biofuel industry. Holden’s Energy and Environment Director Richard Marshall said the ethanol-blend fuel, also known as E85, would be suitable for vehicles within the new Holden Commodore VE Series II range, to be launched in the coming months.
Holden today welcomed Caltex Australia’s announcement that it would install 11 pumps in Victoria to sell its new fuel, Bio E-Flex.
Victoria could soon be home to a ground-breaking green fuel technology plant, with the announcement of a consortium formed between the Victorian State Government and a group of leading companies.