RFA's Hartwig: Coskata technology represents an evolution:

10/16/2009 | Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, Ill.)

Coskata's plans to use microorganisms to produce inexpensive biofuel from wood and agricultural and construction wastes at a Pennsylvania plant are a "natural evolution" in the biofuel industry, said Renewable Fuels Association spokesman Matt Hartwig. "Instead of corn, they're using new technology to produce ethanol and a variety of products," he added.

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