Obama administration continues biofuels push

July 2012
Western Farm Press Exclusive Insight;7/3/2012, p15
The article reports on funding and investments unveiled by the U.S. administration in support of biofuels technologies. It relates that a total of 30 million U.S. dollars in federal funding was announced by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Navy and Department of Energy. The Energy Department has also allocated 32 million U.S. dollars in new investments for earlier stage biofuels research.


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