Renewable energy professor big on cellulosic ethanol
Cellulosic ethanol is ethanol made not from edible substances like corn or soybeans, but the cellulose in plants. Cellulose is present in all parts of plants, which means all parts of a plant can be turned into ethanol and results in higher yields per acre. Cellulosic ethanol is still an emerging technology and is available commercially only in limited areas. You can see and read more about the original 60 Minutes piece here.
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