TITLE

Bioenergie greift auf Überschüsse zurück

PUB. DATE
April 2013
SOURCE
Lebensmittel Zeitung;4/5/2013, Issue 14, p0018
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Comments from the Agentur für Erneuerbare Energien (Agency on Renewable Energies) on the economic aspects of raising food crops for conversion into ethanol based fuels are presented. The author offers statistics on the amounts of grain converted to fuel in 2012, discusses the effects of the 2012 drought in the U.S. on the production of fuel crops, and the future of corn cultivation for ethanol production is examined.
ACCESSION #
87001578

 

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