Industry trade magazine Wards Auto World takes a look at next generation biofuels in their new issue. These new biofuels are those derived from cellulosic feed-stocks like wood and grasses as opposed to those made by processing crops like corn and soybeans. There is some discussion of various processes like pyrolysis, and biological methods like engineered bacteria and enzymes. EU regulators are pushing hard for increased use of biofuels in coming years, but car-makers want to make sure that new fuels are developed to work well on existing engines rather than having to adapt all the engines to new fuels. Click the Read link for the full article.
[Source: Ward's AutoWorld]

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