Bold U.S. government biofuels plans generate needed momentum for industry

Even as U.S. Congress deadlocked on debt ceiling negotiations and the markets roiled, drop-in biofuels received decisive support from a variety of U.S. Department of Energy (DOE)-affiliated programs promoting public-private partnerships to stimulate investment and demand for biofuels and renewable e...

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