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Wisconsins biobased industries could be world leader

Madison, Wis. - Wisconsin's biobased industries could become a model for the rest of the world if the right plans are made, government and industry officials said at a leadership summit held Thursday at the Capitol.

The Governor convened a summit to discuss Wisconsin's forest and agricultural industry and its ties to the growing biofuels market, and to identify issues affecting exp......

Full article >>> f the Biomass Program, said the federal government is encouraging work on domestic bioenergy to reduce dependency on foreign oil. Since the budgets are constrained, the government is focused on education and demonstration to show biomass is feasible at a large scale.

Ted Wegner of the USDA Forest Products Laboratory also said that federal interest in biofuels is growing, especially with i......

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While many options were discussed, the summit participants agreed that before any major steps can be taken the legislature and major organizations need to put together some sort of plan for spreading biofuels. Wegner said the main problem is not developing the technology but reproducing it at different locations, so it is important to understand which companies and states they can t......

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