Novozymes and Beta Renewables announce plans for 20 MGY cellulosic ethanol plant in India

According to an announcement last week, the state of Punjab in India is planning to sign a memorandum of understanding (MOU) for a 20 million gallons per year facility converting 300,000 metric tons of rice straw to cellulosic ethanol. This will be the sixth facility, either announced or operatio...

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