Bihar happy its push for more ethanol feedstocks finally paying off more than a decade later

January 6, 2021 |

In India, the Press Trust of India reports that the government’s push to expand feedstocks allowed for ethanol production has capture the imagination of some states, with Bihar, for example, celebrating the move it has been pushing from since 2005. Though the state produces some sugarcane, maize and crop wastes provide a much larger feedstock supply for ethanol, allowing it to better participate in the growing ethanol market in the future. The central government is working to roll back plans for 20% ethanol blending to 2025 if production can catch up.

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