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Bioenergy by Anju Dahiya

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Introduction

Anju Dahiya1,2
     1University of Vermont, USA     2GSR Solutions, USA
As Prof. Bob Parsons states in his chapter (Economics of Ethanol and Biodiesel) in this book, “the growing interest in biofuels is driven by political, economic, environmental, and ethical forces. Characteristically, there are both proponents and opponents on each of the driving forces. For one, economics, it would seem that the numbers should do the talking and any analysis should be fairly direct and give a story,” the driving areas of biofuels are economics, sustainability, environmental policy, and biofuels-related entrepreneurship opportunities.
Part VI covers a wide range of related topics including economics, sustainability, and environmental policy-related ...

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