Bioelectricity Promises More 'Miles Per Acre' Than Ethanol
How can we maximize our "miles per acre" from biomass? Researchers writing in the online edition of the journal Science on May 7 say the best bet is to convert the biomass to electricity, rather than ethanol.
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#1 May 8, 2009
O.K. good deal. How do you get all this extra generated electricity to where it is needed? The nation wide grid infrastructure is in need of a massive upgrade. There are lots of places where solar or wind can generate large amounts of power. The problem is and will be, corridors to port the power to where it is used. You can't fix one without fixing the other.
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