This week’s news roundup features a new study reaffirming our need to rely on bioenergy to reduce carbon emissions globally, while another projects the advanced biofuel market to grow by nearly $45 billion in the next 5 years.
Nissan announced a new system that will power vehicles with bio-ethanol, researchers set sail for one year at sea with a vessel powered by 100% ethanol, and the U.S. ethanol industry is about to expand even more. Read on for more details of the top biofuel headlines from the past week.
The World Business Council for Sustainable Development announced a new global initiative to cut corporate use of fossil fuels in half, and the USDA continued to roll out programs that will support and fund the development of biofuels in the U.S. Plus, scientists in South Korea developed a new way to turn human waste into biofuel. Read on to get the full details for each of these top biofuel headlines from the past week below.