AEC's Coleman: Cellulosic-ethanol technology is ready for market

08/17/2011 | Star Tribune (Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minn.)

Cellulosic-ethanol plants, such as the one being planned in Emmetsburg, Iowa, could provide additional income for farmers who are interested in supplying corn-crop residue and other biomass for such facilities. "The technology is there -- it is definitely to the point where we can build the best-in-class plant, and the trick is getting these plants up," said Brooke Coleman, executive director of the Advanced Ethanol Council.

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