October 2008
BioCycle;Oct2008, Vol. 49 Issue 10, p14
Trade Publication
The article states that the Wisconsin Energy Independence Fund administered $7.3 million in grants and loans in 2008 for renewable energy projects. This pertains to the state's initiative to have 25% of its electricity generated by state-based businesses and 25% of its fuel generated from renewable sources by 2025. American Science and Technology Corp. received $150,000 in grant money to purchase equipment for manufacturing fuel and chemicals from wood waste and switchgrass.


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