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Fuel from grass and wood chips could be big
Posted: 5 March 2007

Cellulosic ethanol, a fuel produced from the stalks and stems of plants (rather than only from sugars and starches, as with corn ethanol), is starting to take root in the United States. MIT Technology Review, 26 February 2007.

Rich nations on the back foot as energy floods emerging economies
Dateline: 7 March 2019
The end of the oil age has heralded a glut in energy worldwide; but surprisingly the developing nations have been the first to benefit. While solving the 'energy crisis' that faced the old economies a decade ago, technology has leap-frogged emerging economies into the forefront of production and trade. Energy costs, particularly fuels for transport and manufacture, have been key in the ...
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