The Daily Sprout

POET Opens First Buckeye Ethanol Plant: POET Biorefining opened its 22nd ethanol facility in Leipsic, Ohio, the first for the state. POET says the plant cost $105 million and will produce 65 million gallons a year – Renewable Energy Access.

Tata Motors Debuts Two-Cylinder Nano: The Tata Nano, dubbed the “People’s Car,” is aimed at the Indian market and only costs US$2,550. The tiny car will be available in late 2008 – Green Car Congress.

27 Electric Cars to Charge the Road: Covering everything from the three-wheeled Aptera to the eight-wheeled Eliica, this list covers the EV market – Venture Beat.

EPA Skips Calif. Waiver Meeting: EPA head Stephen Johnson snubbed Sen. Barbara Boxer’s invitation to attend a meeting on the EPA’s recent rejection of California’s emission waiver application. I for one wouldn’t want to cross the Chief Deputy Whip – Autoblog Green.

Is ethanol everybody’s fuel?: An investigative journalist looks at what the ethanol boom is doing to the social life in Brazil – International Herald Tribune.


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