Biofuels

Inbicon Cellulosic Ethanol Process

Huge Ethanol Refinery Opens In Denmark

Straw, corn stalks and cobs, sugar bagasse, and grasses–it all turns into biofuels at  the Inbicon Biomass Refinery, which recently swung into full operation in Kalundborg, Denmark. However, it’s wheat straw that gives this new plant its claim to fame… Read More
Ceres_Biofuels

New Biofuel Crop Grows In Salty Areas

Plants, in general, don’t like salt–in fact, there are over one billion acres of cropland globally that has been abandoned to salt, 15 million acres of it in the U.S. alone. A  new genetic trait developed by the energy crop… Read More