Chrysler starts harvesting soy grown at proving ground for biodiesel
There were a number of reasons for deciding to grow soy at Chelsea. The facility has a lot of open ground among the test tracks and the thought was that planting soy in place of the grass could save on the cost of mowing. The biodiesel produced from the soy could be used to fuel the ground support vehicles at the proving ground. Chrysler provided an audio interview with Ross Good, Chrysler Senior Manager, Energy Policy and and Jason Eisenberg of NextDiesel that you can listen to here.
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