Technology for fulfilling the promise of advanced bioethanol
Demand for the sustainable production of biofuels and in particular bioethanol is growing rapidly, and its use in fuels can help reduce CO2 emissions significantly and help mitigate climate change. Transportation is its largest end-use industry segment and is keen to lessen its carbon footprint. Compared to conventional (or first generation) ethanol production from food and feed crops, cellulosic (or second generation) ethanol provides better performance in terms of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions savings and reduced risk of direct and indirect land-use change. However, despite the policy support and significant R&D funding, cellulosic ethanol production is still limited. In this exclusive webinar hosted by Axens and Bio Market Insights, we will focus on the key drivers that can make bioethanol a more commercially robust proposition. For registration please click here.