This paper discusses the drivers of change in the electricity system and the opportunities presented for biodiesel electric generation in this context. This paper also introduces the primary issues facing increased utilization of biodiesel—both those that challenge increased use of the fuel and those that support this use. Finally, the paper presents key elements of a strategy for realizing the potential of an electric generation infrastructure that incorporates more distributed biodiesel generation in the near term and even more distributed energy resources over the longer term.
Karl R. Rábago, A Strategy for Developing Stationary Biodiesel Generation, 36 Cumb. L. Rev. 461 (2006), http://digitalcommons.pace.edu/lawfaculty/945/.