Carbon Trust to back pyrolysis oil biofuel project

James S Murray

£5m of funding available for research team capable of delivering crude-like biofuel from waste organic matter

The Carbon Trust is offering up to £5m in funding to researchers working on technologies that would make it possible to develop second generation biofuels at existing oil refineries. The government-backed...

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