First of 10 planned Ethiopian jatropha-based biodiesel plants ready for commissioning

December 3, 2018 |

In Ethiopia, a 12,000-liter per day jatropha-based biodiesel facility will be commissioned soon, sourcing feedstock from farmers who have planted 1.4 million hectares of jatropha via digital payment system. API, the company behind the project, hopes to have 10 biodiesel facilities online by 2025 with a total 730 million liters of production annually with a total invest of $250 million. The first facility is still waiting for sign off from the Ministry of Finance as well as the national standards agency before it can begin production.

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