Cellulosic Ethanol Fact Sheet What is Cellulosic Ethanol and how do you produce it? Cellulosic ethanol is alternative fuel made from stalks and stems of plants and a variety of non-food plant materials, including: Agricultural Residues (rice, corn stover, wheat straw) Agricultural Wastes (sugar cane bagasse waste, rice husks, citrus pulp) Forestry Wastes and Wood [...]
For release from General Motors: May 29, 2007, 12:01 a.m. EDT From the cornfield, the wood pile, and the landfill Cellulosic ethanol joins corn ethanol as a cost-effective and environmentally viable way to fuel a vehicle LAKE ODESSA, Mich. “ A major step toward diversifying U.S. transportation energy supply is as close as the unused [...]
Bob, representing Nissan, gives a walkaround of the Nissan FCV. FCV stands for fuel cell vehicle, and this FCV is built on the Nissan X-Trail. The only emission of this vehicle is air, and drinkable water.
Dr. James (Jim) R. Macias, manager of the U.S. Fuels Technology Group for Shell Global Solutions, discusses sustainable fuels. Despite popular misconception, electricity is not a fuel, but rather a way of transporting energy. Is Shell working towards one means of fuel, or are they diversifying? Iogen, has recently received an offer for a 200 [...]