Cellulosic ethanol nears commercial production

02/15/2009 | Christian Science Monitor, The

Cellulosic ethanol, referred to as the "holy grail" of biofuels, is nearing commercial production. Cellulosic ethanol turns switchgrass and agricultural waste into alcohol, bypassing the controversial use of food crops for fuel. Range Fuels is building the first commercial facility for cellulosic ethanol in Soperton, Ga., which is scheduled to begin production next year.

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