December 07, 2010
Environmental Leader

Sustainable Oils, a subsidiary of Targeted Growth, says camelina-based biojet fuel is well positioned to be the renewable fuel of choice for airlines and the U.S. military. Read more.


December 07, 2010
Domestic Fuel

According to a recent peer-reviewed paper camelina-based biojet fuel reduces CO2 emissions by 75 percent compared to traditional petroleum-based jet fuel. Read more.


December 03, 2010
National Public Radio

U.S. Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus discusses the importance of biofuels to the military. Listen here.


November 22, 2010
United Press International

The U.S. Navy flew a MH-60S Seahawk helicopter on a 50/50 biofuel blend last week as part of its "green" fuel efforts. Read more.


November 18, 2010
BayNet.com

Moving closer to achieving the objective of decreasing its need for petroleum-based fuels, the Navy flew an MH-60S Seahawk on a 50/50 biofuel blend. The fuel was made from camelina oils developed by Targeted Growth. Read more.


September 27, 2010
Aviation Week

In just five years, the aviation industry’s decades-long reliance on petroleum-based fuels has been turned on its head. Approval of biofuels for use in aircraft, expected by mid-2011, is a critical step. Read more.


March 26, 2010
ClimateWire

Going green and renewable doesn't just save money, it may save lives of U.S. soldiers, according to military leaders who argue that a push for energy efficiency and a move away from fossil-based fuels could strengthen America's military.

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March 26, 2010
Re-Charge

The US Air Force's initial test of a 50% Camelina biofuel in an A-10 Thunderbolt II was successful, an aviation milestone as a military or civilian aircraft had not been flown until now using a biofuels blend in all engines, according to the service.

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February 23, 2010
Seattle Business Magazine

The magazine takes a look at Seattle's "blooming" algae industry, and the role of Targeted Growth in developing energy solutions.

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December 28, 2009
Biofuels Digest

Jim Lane examines the increasing importance of cyanobacteria as a biofuel feedstock.

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