Study touts cane, miscanthus as sources for advanced biofuels

Researchers at the University of California-Berkeley have determined that if the technology to convert bagasse into ethanol becomes available, Brazil could potentially produce up to 200 billion gallons of the biofuel from sugar cane, according to a report in Science. The researchers also noted that cultivating miscanthus on less than half of the land currently under the Conservation Reserve Program would be sufficient to meet the 36 billion gallons of biofuels mandated by 2022.

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