NREL tests sorghum's potential for cellulosic ethanol production

12/15/2009 | DomesticFuel.com

A pilot test conducted at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory found that high-biomass forage sorghum could be used in cellulosic ethanol production. Sorghum varieties were also found to have a range of basic sugars and structure that could be suitable for multiple biofuel systems. NREL chose two sorghum samples for testing out of the nearly 100 samples provided by National Sorghum Producers.

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