Indian government to invest $78.4 million in 2G ethanol plant in Panipat

October 11, 2016 |

In India, the government will invest $74.8 million in a second generation ethanol plant using crop residues as feedstock. The facility will be located at the Indian Oil Corporation (IOC)’s oil refinery in Panipat where the government is also investing heavily to upgrade production capacity and achieve higher standards. The plan is in line with the government’s new goal of achieving 22.5% ethanol blending in large part thanks to increased 2G ethanol production from crop waste.

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