Advanced biofuels becoming reality,

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Advanced biofuels becoming reality with Novozymes’ new enzyme technology, Cellic CTec3, decreases costs and increases yields in production of advanced biofuels from agricultural residues and waste.

The enzyme enables cost-efficient conversion of biomass to ethanol and performs 1.5 times better than Novozymes’ previous market-leading product, Cellic CTec2. Using Cellic CTec3, biofuel producers need only one-fifth of the enzyme dose compared to competing enzymes.

Highly effective, it takes only 50 kg of Cellic CTec3 to make 1 ton of ethanol from biomass. By comparison, it requires at least 250 kg of a competing enzyme product to make the same amount of ethanol.

Dead more from Novozymes release (Feb 22, 2012) at

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Here is an overview of where the first large-scale advanced biofuel plants are being built worldwide

Written in February 2012

This is an exicting development in Alternative Energy! Michael -

Written in March 2012

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Hi Michael Scott, same here. There are more files that show how to find your plant's sweet spot at

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More biofuel info available at

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Anyone read of this? Charcoal Kills 2 Million People & Vast Swaths of Forest Every Year. Can Biofuel Stop the Carnage?

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