Fields of gold?

Biofuel has become a politically attractive option in the alternative energy market, but Irish companies are finding it difficult to establish their place in the scheme of things.

Susan Mitchell

Deputy Editor and Health Editor @susmitchellsbp
23rd June, 2007

Biofuel has become a politically attractive option in the alternative energy market, but Irish companies are finding it difficult to establish their place in the scheme of things.

Described as the world’s newest gold rush, biofuels have moved to the forefront of environmental and renewable energy agendas.

Demand is soaring, as proven by a United Nations report published last week that revealed venture capital and private equity investors worldwide poured €1.7 billion ($2.3...

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