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Commentary: Despite potential to reduce petroleum consumption by 30%, biomass combustion releases byproducts that can cause more health-related deaths than coal-fired plants; however, advancements in biomass conversion technologies could mitigate issues

US can triple its bioeconomy by producing over a billion tons of plant-based biomass per year while meeting demands for food, feed, jet fuel, fiber, forest products, exports; 342 million tons/year of biomass used to produce 5% of nation’s energy: report

Diesel remains the most driven fuel type in the US with higher annual mileage compared to gas, electric vehicles reports the 2022 National Household Travel Survey by Energy.gov; plug-in hybrids come second, outpacing traditional hybrids and EVs

Study of US municipalities found neighborhoods that are predominately people of color have less tree cover, leading to 190 more deaths/year from heat-related illnesses; study recommends adding 1.2 billion trees across cities to address inequality

American Battery Technology to receive US$20M tax credit via competitive US DOE process; company's internally developed battery recycling process produces high yields, low cost and low environmental footprint

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