Related Literature

On Dry Fermentation

The Dry Fermentation technology has moved from hidden science labs out into the commercial open. We are monitoring the industry and can provide references to specific literature as we can assess them.

While Harry Potter seems to be a much more in demand, there are some interesting publications commercially available on biomass, bioenergy and biofuels.

Here is a list that might help save some time during your own research.

 

On Biomass, Bioenergy, Biofuels

Renewable Energy Handbook for Homeowners: The Complete Step-by-Step Guide to Making (and Selling) Your Own Power from the Sun, Wind and Water (Paperback)
by William H. Kemp, 2004
21st Century Complete Guide to Ethanol, Renewable Fuels, and Related Biofuels ¿ E85 Fuel Ethanol, Gasohol, Bioethanol, Corn Ethanol, Plus Complete Biofuels and Biomass Coverage ¿ Series on Renewable Energy, Biofuels, Bioenergy, and Biobased Products (DVD-ROM) (CD-ROM), 2005
Biofuels For Transport: An International Perspective (Paperback)
by Claude Mandil (Foreword), 2005
Biofuel Power of the Future: New Ways of Turning Organic Matter into Energy (The Library of Future Energy) (Library Binding),2003
Bioenergy Options for a Cleaner Environment: in Developed and Developing Countries (Hardcover), 2003
Applications of Biotechnology to Mitigation of Greenhouse Warming: Proceedings of the St. Michaels Workshop, April 13-15, 2003, St. Michaels, Maryland (Paperback)
by St. Michaels Workshop on Applications of Biotechnology to Mitigation o, Norman J. Rosenberg (Editor), F. Blaine Metting, R. Cesar Izaurralde , 2004 

Other Titles

Crossing the Chasm, by Geoffrey A. Moore