North Carolina's Biofuels Campus
- Home to the Biofuels Center of North Carolina, a statewide, private nonprofit established by the North Carolina General Assembly that works comprehensively to establish a new industry sector for biofuels and related bioproducts.
- A unique resource, the nation's only large-acreage site that is able to accommodate all four critical activity areas for sector development:
- GROWING for trial feedstocks and agronomic data
- PILOT AND DEMONSTRATION of new technologies
- BUSINESS PARTNERSHIPS and incubation
- PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT and education
- Defined by the Vision and Guiding Plan, a two-year master planning effort of all major stakeholders, led by prominent architectural firm O'Brien Atkins Associates.
- The site of the Biofuels Company Accelerator, an exceptional business incubator for biofuels and related bioproducts: the first operational facility that is available for business partnerships on campus.
- The site of the Oxford Biodiesel Plant, a 35 KGY facility for biodiesel production from fats and oils: the first operational facility that is available for pilot and demonstration on campus.
- Strategically located in Oxford, North Carolina, a short drive from the
Research Triangle Park, Raleigh-Durham International Airport, and several major research universities.
- A joint project of the Biofuels Center and the North Carolina Department of
Agriculture and Consumer Services.
- The historic site of the Oxford Tobacco Research Station, which has provided significant gain for the state and nation for a full century.
For more information about how your company can benefit from facilities and other resources at North Carolina's Biofuels Campus, please contact:901 Hillsboro Street
Bo Harrison, project manager
Oxford, NC 27565
919-693-3000, X 278