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Auburn University researchers are leading a $2 million project to produce hydrogen from food waste and biomass

Auburn University researchers are leading a $2 million DOE grant that aims to produce hydrogen from blended feedstocks, such as old coal waste, forest tailings, and municipal solid waste. “The benefits of converting waste coal, biomass and food waste are twofold,” said Sushil Adhikari, professor of biosystems engineering and principal investigator on the proposal. First, …

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