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Cellulosic Biofuel Finally Ready For the Road

February 16th, 2010 02:59 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

wdebruij writes “After years of research, promises, and plenty of discussion here, biofuel from inedible greens such as switchgrass — and even from corn cobs — may finally be getting economically viable. Two enzyme producers, Novozyme and Genencor, have both announced that they can now produce fuel at prices competitive with current corn and petrol-based methods. This is particularly good news in the wake of another report that food-based biofuels could cause hunger.”

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