San Carlos Bioenergy producing ethanol from sweet sorghum

May 28, 2012 |

In the Philippines, San Carlos Bioenergy has produced its first batch of ethanol from sweet sorghum in their San Carlos City plant. According to the professor heading the project, Rex Demafelis, the company was able to produce 247 liters of fuel grade ethanol for every ton of sorghum syrup. The manager, Arnel Amparo said the ethanol currently sells from P41 to P43 per liter, but more calculations must be conducted before the company can establish a profit margin.

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