Biofuel market’s huge potential hostage of state policy, corruption
Biogas plant in the village Velylyj Krupil (Kyiv oblast) April 22, 2010. Biogas plant is working on the bases of milk farm.
Ukraine’s combination of developed agriculture and energy dependence makes the country a perfect candidate for the use of biofuels. Making money on energy extracted from straw, pig or chicken manure could be a lucrative opportunity at a hand’s reach. But it is not.
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