America’s diverse energy portfolio may look a lot different depending on who becomes the next President of the United States. However, both candidates should embrace homegrown biotechnology as an economic and environmental solution for our local communities and energy industry.
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Nebraska’s known for its golden corn, cattle and wide-open spaces. But take a drive across the state and you’ll also see fields of spent cornstalks in the fall, piles of cow manure and Eastern red cedar creeping into grassland.
Enginuity Worldwide, a company out of Mexico, Missouri, wants to turn that agricultural waste into a product it’s calling BioCoal, which it says looks and burns just like regular coal and could help reduce the carbon footprint of coal-fired electricity. Read the full article