LEBANON, NH – It may puzzle some that cash-strapped General Motors Corp. is digging into its dwindling bankroll in an effort to wean its vehicles from gasoline in favor of cellulosic ethanol. But Mary Beth Stanek, director-environment and energy policy and commercialization, sees the effort as a good fit for an auto maker that has compiled more than a quarter century of biofuels research. “Being a knowledge leader in this area can only help our core business of making great cars and ...
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