New Generation of Biomass Equipment on the Drawing Board

July 2007
Metal Center News;Jul2007, Vol. 47 Issue 8, p15
Trade Publication
The article reports on the impact of energy independence on the growth of ethanol and other renewable energy sources in the U.S. According to reports, harvesting crops and handling of agricultural equipment using cellulose biomass calls for the design of new types of agricultural equipment. However, Charlie O'Brien of the Association of Equipment Manufacturers said that the manufacturing and availability of this new equipment is still unknown.


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