June 21, 2009

US has had success with this

DECENTRALIZED biofuel production, or small-scale factories built on degraded or underused lands, has the potential to provide energy to half a billion people living in poverty in rural Asia.

The report, Biofuels in Asia: An Analysis of Sustainability Options, sponsored by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) stressed that decentralized production offers a “promising avenue” to enhance the energy independence of Asian nations in a manner that is also commercially viable and without large subsidies.....

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