- 5-8 February 2012, Orlando: National Biodiesel Conference & Expo 2012 (Themes: biodiesel, feedstocks, sustainability, transportation)
- 22-24 February 2012, Orlando: 17th Annual National Ethanol Conference (Themes: ethanol, food-versus-fuel debate, greenhouse gas emissions, ILUC)
- 27-28 January 2011, Orlando: 2011 Sweet Sorghum Ethanol Conference. (Themes: ethanol, sweet sorghum)
- 22-23 February 2011, Miami: Renewable Energy Finance Forum- Latin America and the Caribbean. (Themes: climate, markets, policy, sustainability, Geographic focus: (Caribbean, Central America, Latin America))
- 11-13 August 2010, Orlando: 2010 Farm to Fuel® Summit. (Themes: agriculture, feedstocks, technology)
- 6-7 December 2010, Miami: Biogas to Energy Fundamentals: Ag, Food Processing, and Landfill Waste. (Themes: agriculture, biogas, waste)
- 19-22 April 2009, Orlando: Alternative Fuels & Vehicles National Conference + Expo 2009. (Themes: technology, biofuels, transportation)
- 24 January 2008, Miami: Energy Business Forum - Biofuels in the Americas: Technology, Investment, and the Path Forward (Themes: biofuels, international cooperation, investment, Latin America and the Caribbean, trade)
- 4-8 April 2008, Miami: InterAmerican Development Bank Annual Meeting (Theme: International cooperation)
- PSC Approves Biomass Plant for Gainesville, 27 May 2010 by Gainesville Regional Utilities: "Plans to bring biomass energy to Gainesville took another step forward today. Commissioners from Florida’s Public Service Commission (PSC) approved GRU and American Renewables’ joint petition for the Gainesville Renewable Energy Center, a planned 100-megawatt biomass plant."
- "Under terms of the 30-year energy contract, American Renewables will build, own and operate the biomass facility. GRU will purchase and own 100 percent of the energy produced. The plant will be fueled by a plentiful, local supply of leftover clean woody waste using urban wood waste, wood processing wastes and logging residues."
- Florida pumps $25M in grant aid into biofuel projects, 25 January 2008, from biofuel review. The state government has announced the grant to 12 projects within the state.
- Applied Research Center (ARC) of Florida International University - Conducts research on biomass gasification, biomass thermo-chemical conversion to fuels and chemicals and many other energy-related issues.
- "Through research supported by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), the Applied Research Center is assessing the quality, quantity, and conversion potential of biomass resources in Florida for local hydrogen production."[http://www.arc.fiu.edu/research.asp
- Center for Energy and Technology of the Americas (CETA) - "CETA is a DOE-funded Program at FIU's Applied Research Center. Its goals are to promote and facilitate (1) the development of renewable and fossil energy sources in the Western Hemisphere; (2) close collaboration in energy generation, conservation, and efficiency in the Americas."
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