The Australian government launches a A$15 million ($10 million) second-generation biofuels research and development program. Businesses and institutions researching second-generation biofuels can apply for grants of A$1 million to A$5 million ($669,910 to $3.3 million), Energy Minister Martin Ferguson says in a government news release. Applications will be accepted through Jan. 30. Second-generation biofuels that use fuel stocks such as biomass and algae will allow the industry to move ...
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