Business school students work out plan for biofuels in undeveloped countries | The Source | Washington University in St. Louis
Photo courtesy R. K. Henning and D1 Oils; www.jatropha.orgJatropha plantsDuring a practicum for the World Agricultural Forum, Washington University M.B.A. students realized that using ethanol as an alternative fuel in developing countries isn't cost effective. Instead, they stumbled upon the jatropha plant, a hardy shrub with seeds that can easily produce oil to power basic generators. The students' work demonstrated the potential for economic stability that jatropha could offer small villages. More...
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