Volvo Group coordinates BioDME project

November 2008
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The article reports that Volvo Group is the coordinator for a European project called BioDME which involved the automotive industry and fuel producers and distributors regarding the fuel dimethyl ether (DME). The entire technology chain, from biomass to trucks powered by DME, will be demonstrated by the project. Other companies involved in the project include Chemrec, Delphi and Preem.


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