Gevo's isobutanol gets EPA registration, but still a few years away from market

Last week, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) approved Gevo's isobutanol as a fuel additive. The ruling puts Gevo another step closer to incorporating isobutanol into transportation fuels, but the company is still a few years away from making a splash in the transportation fuels market f...

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