The Challenges for Cellulosic Ethanol, A Wind Turbine for the Urban Environment

Speaking on Capitol Hill last week, representatives for the ethanol industry told members of Congress that cellulosic ethanol is ready to be commercially deployed. However, lack of investment is stalling projects and causing this portion of the industry to stagnate.

Arnold Klan, President and CEO of BlueFire Ethanol, Inc., was one of those who briefed Congress. He will join us on the program to talk about the financial challenges for cellulosic ethanol and why there has been little investment in this sector of the ethanol industry. Also in the podcast: The QR5 is a vertical axis wind turbine designed by the British company quietrevolution. Robert Webb, CEO of quietrevolution, will give us an overview of the product and how it will harvest turbulent city winds. Inside Renewable Energy offers the latest in renewable energy news and information.

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