The New Zealand government will require automotive fuel be comprised of biofuel beginning from 2012. Prime Minister Helen Clark says the move will curb carbon dioxide emissions and boost energy efficiency. “The obligation we’re announcing today provides new business opportunities for the agriculture sector, since most of the biofuels are expected to be made in New Zealand,” Energy and Climate Change Minister David Parker says. “Once the infrastructure is in place, biofuels are expected ...
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