UK eyes three advanced biofuels plants with £25m fund

Will Nichols
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Competition aims to drive development of plants producing biofuels from waste that boast emissions at least 60 per cent lower than fossil fuels

The UK has launched a £25m competition to support new technology to produce biofuel from waste that ministers said could see three advanced biofuel plants built in the country. Funding will be made...

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