UK: SABMiller funds bioenergy research

By Chris Mercer | 27 January 2009

SABMiller plans to unlock the potential of spent grain from brewing as a viable energy alternative, as one of 15 private companies funding a five-year, multi-million bioenergy project in the UK.

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SABMiller plans to unlock the potential of spent grain from brewing as a viable energy alternative, as one of 15 private companies funding a five-year, multi-million bioenergy project in the UK.

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