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Seawater breakthrough in production of climate-friendly fuel bioethanol cuts demands on freshwater

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Seawater breakthrough in production of climate-friendly fuel bioethanol cuts demands on freshwater
In the fight against global warming, bioethanol fuel is seen as a climate-friendly alternative to petrol and its adoption has been encouraged by many governments. But producing it requires huge amounts of freshwater – a precious resource in many parts of the world. Now, scientists at the University of Huddersfield have shown how it is possible to use a seawater-based system instead.
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