StageConvertible Note | Alive
Last Raised$1.65M | 8 yrs ago
About American Biodiesel
American Biodiesel, dba Community Fuels, is an advanced biofuel producer. The company produces among the highest quality biomass-based diesel fuels available - which qualifies as an Advanced Biofuel through the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and its own fuel standard closely mirrors the requirements of multiple major oil companies and exceeds the Federal fuel standard (ASTM Standard).
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Latest American Biodiesel News
Aug 5, 2021
Colbeck Capital Management announced it had provided a $58.5 million facility to ramp up operations of an American fuel producer. The growth capital...
American Biodiesel Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Where is American Biodiesel's headquarters?
American Biodiesel's headquarters is located at 171 Saxony Road, Encinitas.
What is American Biodiesel's latest funding round?
American Biodiesel's latest funding round is Convertible Note.
How much did American Biodiesel raise?
American Biodiesel raised a total of $13.35M.
Who are the investors of American Biodiesel?
Investors of American Biodiesel include U.S. Department of Energy.
Who are American Biodiesel's competitors?
Competitors of American Biodiesel include Lynntech, Benefuel, Hawaii BioEnergy, Clean Emission Fluids, EnerTech Environmental and 12 more.
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