Ukraine to increase biofuel co-operation with Germany
Monday January 07 2013
Ukraine's agriculture ministry has revealed plans to increase biofuel co-operation with Germany, including a stepping up of local output and creation of pilot bioenergy projects.
Viktor Tymoschuk, of Ukraine's agriculture ministry, said Germany planned to raise its production of thermal energy and biogas from farm waste as part of plans to boost a partnership between the two nations in biofuels, the Ukrinform newsagency reported.
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