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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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India to Develop Second Generation Biofuels to Preserve its Agricultural Lands

The review released by Indian Institute of Science (IISc), indicates that India will need 3.82 million to 93.26 million hectares of land to produce biofuel crops on a profitable scale. The review discusses the socio-economic significances and impacts of implementing

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