Long-term study says switchgrass could be very good for ethanol
February 6, 2008
A long-term study on switchgrass conducted by the University of Nebraska at Lincoln has concluded that that switchgrass can produce 5.4 times as much energy
as it takes to grow. Whether switchgrass will become the main input for ethanol
as a result of these kinds of energy advantages remains to be seen.
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last revised February 2008