Two New Zealand research institutes have formed a partnership with U.S.-based Diversa Corp. that the organizations say could ultimately result in New Zealand’s entire vehicle fleet running on domestically grown and manufactured biofuels. Scion, the trading name of the New Zealand Forest Research Institute Ltd., AgResearch Ltd. and Diversa are studying the feasibility of a transportation biofuel industry in New Zealand that uses bio-based feedstocks such as trees and grasses. New Zealand ...
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