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Cellulosic Biofuels: Another Opportunity for Washington to Marry Agriculture and Energy Goals

| Written by David Morris | No Comments | Updated on May 12, 2008 The content that follows was originally published on the Institute for Local Self-Reliance website at https://ilsr.org/cellulosic-biofuels-another-opportunity-washington-marry-agriculture-and-energy-goals/

Today, cellulosic ethanol can no longer be ignored. Even as the quantity of ethanol from corn increases, the age of corn ethanol is drawing to a close. Few new corn-to-ethanol plants will be built beyond those currently in the ?nancing and construction pipeline. The opportunity to build on the farmer-owned corn-to-ethanol biore?nery model is over. But the opportunity for local ownership is just beginning for cellulosic biofuels.  This piece was originally published in Ethanol Today magazine.

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