Bolt-on solutions add 795.5 million gallons of potential cellulosic ethanol production capacity in the U.S.

After many years of delays, cellulosic ethanol commercialization became a reality in 2014 with four major commercial projects coming online (see the August 25, 2014 LRAFJ), two of which were located in the U.S., POET-DSM’s Project Liberty (see the September 22, 2014 LRAFJ) and Abengoa’s Hugoton f...

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