Ethanol and Biodiesel: What You Need to Know outlines the scientific and regulatory histories of both fuels, with an emphasis on todays market considerations.
Ethanol is covered from production and fermentation to the dry milling and wet milling options. Detailed information is provided on incentives, subsidies and next generation cellulosic production.
The biodiesel section of the book details the production process and its byproducts. A lengthy list of production facilities – existing and planned – is provided. Quality control, transportation, state and federal initiatives to expand biodiesel production and the market outlook are addressed as well.
This book is an outstanding introduction for those just starting to work and invest in the ethanol and biodiesel industries and an indispensable reference tool for veterans of the trade.