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Submission + - Cellulosic biofuel finally ready for the road (nytimes.com)

wdebruij writes: "After years of research, promises and plenty of discussion on here, biofuel from inedible greens, such as switchgrass and even garbage, may finally be economically viable. Novozyme, one of the main enzyme producers just announced that it can now produce fuel at prices competitive with 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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Cellulosic biofuel finally ready for the road

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