Chrysler/Zeachem alliance won't move the needle on cellulosic ethanol

Chrysler and ZeaChem are working together to promote cellulosic ethanol. Specifically, the two companies recently announced an alliance, the "primary goals" of which are to "strengthen the credibility among regulators and American consumers of cellulosic ethanol as a cost-effective green transportat...

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