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.
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Inter-American Development Bank
Iowa State University
Joule Unlimited, Inc.
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Michigan Biotechnology Institute (MBI)
Michigan State University
National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL)
Texas Tech University
Waste Management, Inc.
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