Scientists in Scotland have created a new biofuel recipe made from — what else? — whiskey by-products.
Researchers at Edinburgh Napier University have developed the biofuel and filed a patent for the product, which they said could be used to fuel ordinary cars without any special adaptations, using the two main by-products from the whisky production process.
(READ more in PhysOrg.com)
In 2009, whisky and scotch distillers announced a partnership with Helius Enery to install a power plant also to be fueled by whisky by-products. Read that story at Inhabitat.com