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Denmark: Inbicon to bring second-generation bioethanol plant online
Source : biofuels-news.com
Dong Energy’s bioethanol producing subsidiary Inbicon has signed a deal with Statoil that will see it deliver the first 5 million litres of its second-generation bioethanol from its plant near Asnaes Power Station in Kalundborg, Denmark. The plant, which is presently under construction, aims to demonstrate that second-generation bioethanol can be produced on an industrial scale using Inbicon’s technology. The Kalundborg plant will use straw as raw material to produce 5.4 million litres of bioethanol annually. Second-generation bioethanol is produced on the basis of residual products from agriculture and forestry unlike first-generation bioethanol, which is produced from products also used for food products such as maize, wheat and sugar beet.
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9 June 2009 |
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