WVU researchers will study potential impacts of wood biomass

12/25/2012 | State Journal (Charleston, W.Va.), The

Researchers at West Virginia University received a grant from the Department of Agriculture to evaluate the potential economic and environmental impacts of using wood biomass as feedstock for liquid fuels in central Appalachia. They hope to use their findings to help foster local bioenergy and biobased-product industries.

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