What’s driving an Olympic rower to flex his muscles in biofuel production?

July 16th, 2007 |
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Adam Kreek: olympic rower, Stanford graduate, former oilfield worker. After next year’s Olympics, he is determined to make his mark in the biofuel industry. Adam plans to start his own biodiesel production plants together with his wife, back in his home country of Canada. Adam is one of the many young enterpreneurs in clean and renewable energy production. He is determined to make a difference and convinced that he can. Adam talks with Tim, one of the students in my class, about his dreams and ambitions.

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