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Biofuels Development in Maine: Using Trees to Oil the Wheels of Sustainabilty
Maine Policy Review
  • Caroline L. Noblet, University of Maine
  • mario f teisl, University of Maine - Main
  • Katherine H. Farrow, University of Maine
  • Jonathan Rubin, University of Maine
Publication Date
2012
Abstract

As national standards require increased use of renewable transportation fuels by 2022, Maine is positioned to be a leader in wood-based cellulosic ethanol production and use. Caroline Noblet, Mario Teisl, Katherine Farrow, and Jonathan Rubin consider Mainers’ willingness to accept and use biofuels. They document the current level of consumer knowledge and behavior and identify factors (environmental, economic, and energy security) that may assist or constrain drivers from purchasing biofuels.

Citation Information
Caroline L. Noblet, mario f teisl, Katherine H. Farrow and Jonathan Rubin. "Biofuels Development in Maine: Using Trees to Oil the Wheels of Sustainabilty" (2012) p. 56 - 66
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/jonathan-rubin/3/