U.S. DOE invests $13 million in four advanced biofuel projects

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), announced $13 million in funding for four research projects to produce advanced biofuels. Announced just days after Obama's climate action plan (see the July 4, 2013 LRSSJ), the four awards were allocated to Ceramatec, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, the Univer...

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