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“As a nation, we need to reduce our dependence on foreign oil and reduce CO2 emissions. Ethanol is a very clean-burning fuel that can provide a viable substitute for gasoline. We need to evaluate the various sources of ethanol---forests, switch grass, and corn, to determine which is most energy-efficient and most advantageous socially, economically, and environmentally over the long-term.”

 - Ann Maclean, Principal Investigator
Renewable Energy from Forest Resources: An Investigation into the Viability of Large-Scale Production of Sustainable Transportation Fuels from Woody (Lignocellulosic) Biomass


http://forestbiofuels.mtu.edu/

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