Zambia aims for 50 percent of fuel from biodiesel

September 13, 2010 |

In Zambia, the government is still hopeful that half of the country’s diesel consumption will be provided by jatropha-based biodiesel once investments are completed and plantations are mature. The country has a biofuel policy in place and has approved fuel standards for both ethanol and biodiesel.

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