Friday, April 04, 2008

Ethanol not the only cellulosic biofuel

Little-known biofuel alternatives to ethanol might actually be easier to make from cellulosic materials and just as useful. Biogas could replace natural gas and BioOil can replace heating oils. Here is an article about a Canadian company making BioOil from sawdust plus they make fertilizer and generate electricity in a cogeneration plant:
GRAINNET News and Information for the Grain, Milling, Feed, Seed and BioFuels Industry: "Dynamotive Energy Systems Ships BioOil and Char From West Lorne and Guelph, ON Plants"

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