Lux Take two: Revisiting the potential of key alternative fuels technologies

2015 was a year of harsh reality as a historic drop in crude oil prices put biofuels technologies to the test. To analyze the impact of low oil prices on emerging technologies in the alternative fuels space, we published a report early last year titled "Key Alternative Fuel Companies and Developm...

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