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Tongaat Hulett seeking government support for ethanol expansion project

Tongaat Hulett seeking government support for ethanol expansion project

July 24, 2019 |

In Zimbabwe, the Zimbabwe Eye reports that sugar giant Tongaat Hulett is seeking assistance from the government to that it can invest in ethanol production expansion to 60 million liters annually from 40 million liters currently. The increased ethanol capacity comes as a result of conversion of 3,000 ha of land to sugarcane that will […]

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Tongaat Hulett Investing in Cogeneration in South Africa

Tongaat Hulett Investing in Cogeneration in South Africa

June 4, 2013 |

In South Africa, sugar producer Tongaat Hulett plans to bid on an 80 MW power station following a December 2012 government mandate for 800 MW of cogenerated electricity. The company is currently conducting environmental impact assessments and contracting for plant construction. Tongaat Hulett currently produces 52 MW of power at its four South African mills. […]

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Tongaat Hulett touts sugarcane ethanol for South Africa

Tongaat Hulett touts sugarcane ethanol for South Africa

November 14, 2011 |

In South Africa, agriculture and property group, Tongaat Hulett, announced that electricity generation and ethanol production from sugarcane could help South Africa save and create thousands of local jobs, mainly in rural areas. The Company calculated that the introduction of electricity as a core product from sugarcane has the potential to protect 20,000 direct jobs […]

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