Published on January 26th, 2014 | by Jo Borrás
Aviation Biofuel from Desert Plants Set to Clean Up the Skies
A new process developed by the Abu Dhabi group, SBRC, is manufacturing an ethanol-based aviation biofuel from the oil produced by desert plants fed by non-drinkable salt water- and it’s doing so more efficiently than many “typical” plant-based ethanol processors. Here’s more on the story, which originally appeared on Gas 2.
A new process developed by the Sustainable Bioenergy Research Consortium (SBRC) in Abu Dhabi is pulling aviation biofuel from desert plants fed by non-potable seawater- and it’s doing so more efficiently than many “typical” plant-based ethanol…