Elementary school students learning about methanol and glycerin. Lots of new Masters degrees for bioenergy. These are two possibilities that can be taken away from Renewable Energy Access expert Jetta Wong's response to REA's latest "Ask The Expert" question, "What type of human infrastructure will be required to support increased use of biofuels?"
2006 was a year that saw "amazing strides" in the biomass industry, says Jetta Wong, agriculture and energy policy analyst with the EESI's Agriculture and Renewable Energy program (why, with a name like that, could she not have been an auto industry analyst?). New laws to promote biofuels, more biofuel production capacity and an ever-growing appetite for biofuels in America were the highlights for 2006, and there's probably more ahead in 2007. That is, unless "big oil" can continue to put the sc
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