North Carolina opens center for alternative fuel development.
North Carolina's CBS affiliate WRAL-TV
5MjE2MDQS1&mt=2&rj=NDI5MjE2MDQS1> (1/9) reports that the new Biofuels
Center of North Carolina, which was launched with "$5 million provided
by the North Carolina General Assembly, opened the doors of its offices
on Monday" in Oxford "to help the state generate alternative fuels." The
center's mission, according to its president, John Ganzi, is "to
identify what he called 'next-generation crops' that can be turned into
fuel." The center will also "implement a strategic plan developed by a
statewide taskforce of private and public sector partners" to "produce
10 percent of the state's fuel needs from biofuels" through the next
Kathleen W. Pagan
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