Biorefinery 2015 – The Shape of advanced biofuels to come – Part II

Consideration of a number of new technologies that redefine our notions about the scope and costs

As seen in part I of Biorefinery 2015: the first wave of cellulosic biofuels projects are now reaching completion. It’s a remarkable story of expansion.

According to a report from Tristan R. Brown and Robert C. Brown at the Bioeconomy Institute at Iowa State University – 266 million gallons in cellulosic biofuels capacity is slated for completion by 2014.

… Full text: www.biofuelsdigest.com/bdigest/2013/03/26/biorefinery-2015-the-shape-of-advanced-biofuels-to-come-part-ii/

Tags: low-cost, biomass fractioner, Sunflow fuels, CO2, saltwater, ethanol, biobutanol technology, industrial symbiosis, lignin, renewable sugars, demonstration, small-scale systems, sugarcane, biodiesel, gasification, ammonia fuel

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BiofuelsDigest, 2013-03-26.

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