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Second-generation biofuels could power cars say UK University

Aston University and Drayson Racing are to investigate second-generation biofuels in order to create high-performance cars with reduced CO2 emissions. According to Aston, next-generation biofuels are seen to provide one of the most cost-effective ways of reducing the CO2 emissions

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