Mercedes testing biofuel made with wheat straw.
Producers Say 20% Ethanol Biofuel Ready for Market Mercedes-Benz, specialty-fuels producer Haltermann and chemical manufacturer Clariant combine to create a second-generation biofuel currently undergoing street testing. Sunliquid, a process developed by Clariant, converts wheat straw residues into 20% cellulosic ethanol. Haltermann then mixes the ethanol with conventional fuel components to form the new fuel. Sunliquid reduces greenhouse-gas emissions about 20% and provides consistent, ...
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