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Jeremy Martin

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About the author: Jeremy Martin is a scientist with expertise in the technology, lifecycle accounting, and water use of biofuels. He is working on policies to help commercialize the next generation of clean biofuels (made from waste and biomass rather than food) that can cut U.S. oil dependence and curb global warming. He holds a Ph.D. in chemistry with a minor in chemical engineering. See Jeremy's full bio.

The Fuels of Tomorrow Are Here Today (So Let’s Use Them)

Pop Quiz: How much did you spend on gas at your last fill up? Was it more than $4 a gallon? If your answer was “I don’t know,” you’re in good company. Gas prices are so volatile we’re lucky they don’t change between when we pull into the station and when we start pumping. Read More

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The Billion Gallon Challenge – Getting Advanced Biofuels Back on Track

Most of my work at the Union of Concerned Scientists centers on meeting the Billion Gallon Challenge. Getting cellulosic biofuels up to commercial scale is the key next step on the road to biofuels that deliver the oil savings and climate change benefits that have long been promised. Read More

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Keep on the Sunny Side

The Department of Energy and Oak Ridge National Laboratory recently released an important update to their assessment on biomass availability. The “Billion Ton Update” catalogs the current and future availability of biomass to use for fuel or energy. Read More

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