In the News
King of the Grass World, Bioenergy Insight Magazine, July/August 2016
Viaspace, Agricorp's 12-MW biomass project in Nicaragua is feasible
VIASPACE, Tibbar Energy progress on St. Croix biogas power plant
Virgin Islands biogas project progressing
Biomass Magazine: Aiding An Energy Crisis, August 20, 2013
Biomass Magazine: Viaspace releases update of 7 MW AD project in St. Croix, 04/25/2013
EU acts against harm from biofuel crops
Ethanol Producer Magazine: USDA approves Viaspace's Giant King Grass in U.S.
Power Engineering Magazine: VIASPACE Signs 1,500 Acre Giant King Grass Supply Contract With Tibbar Energy
Recharge Magazine: US-based Viaspace Green Energy has signed a memorandum of understanding with Thailand's Seema Energy to grow its proprietary Giant King Grass for the Thai company's proposed 90MW biomass plant.
Biomass Power and Thermal Magazine: Greening Grass
Biomass Power and Thermal Magazine: Trends in Thailand. A push for biomass power expansion might make Thailand a prime market in the global industry.
AXcess News: Environmental Company Gives Green Consumers Something to Cheer About
Viaspace increasing Giant King Grass production
Alternative energy company Viaspace Inc., plans to expand production of Giant King Grass, a proprietary grass feedstock that can be used to produce low-carbon biofuels, such as cellulosic ethanol, methanol and "green" gasoline.
RENEWBL - Viaspace increasing Giant King Grass production - renewable energy blog
VIASPACE, the company that grows Giant King Grass as a renewable energy crop, is seeing a large market opportunity for its product in India, where increasing use of agricultural waste and rising prices are causing biomass electrical energy providers to seek other less costly and more reliable sources of fuel.
Cohen Independent Research Group Initiates Coverage of VIASPACE With an In Depth New 219-Page Research Report
VIASPACE Mentioned in Green Electronics Daily
VIASPACE Mentioned in Battery Power Products & Technology
VIASPACE Wins Global Disributorship for HYB Premium Lithium Ion Batteries.
Will Micro Fuel Cells Fly High?
The United States has approved the use of some micro fuel cells in airplanes, removing a major market barrier.
An investor report on VSPC is available at: www.analyststockreport.com
WallSt.net Announces Upcoming Interview with CEO of VIASPACE
U.S. Moves to Approve Fuel Cells For Airplane Use
The U.S. Department of Transportation today issued a proposed rulemaking to allow passengers to carry and use micro fuel cells and methanol fuel cartridges on-board airplanes to power their laptop computers and other consumer electronic devices.
Dr. Carl Kukkonen was interviewed on Friday, September 14 by WallSt.net
VIASPACE Expands Asian Strategy by Teaming With e-Fuel Cell Technologies of Malaysia
VIASPACE Featured in Security & Defense On-line Forum, April 10th 2007
Join us for this on On-line Security & Defense Forum hosted by Scott Sacknoff, CEO of ISBC,?Washington DC based research and consulting group, and manager of the?Spade Defesne Index, investment benchmark for defense, homeland security and space companies.? Click here to register.
VIASPACE Reports on Demand for Fuel Cell Cartridges and Strategy for Direct Methanol Fuel Cell Business