While there has been some worry recently about the potential for
bioenergy crops to become invasive species, interesting
opportunities are being explored in the other direction: using
invasives as a bioenergy source.
Linking habitat restoration to bioenergy (Minnesota):
Kudzu could be the next biofuel:
India, French institutions band to convert invasive weed water
hyacinth to ethanol:
Jason M. Evans, Ph.D.
Department of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation
Adjunct Assistant Professor
Center for Wetlands, College of Environmental Engineering
University of Florida
(352) 846-0148 - office
(352) 328-1199 - cell