Advanced & cellulosic ethanol

Cellulosic ethanol is chemically identical to the first generation. However it is produced from different raw materials via a more complex process (cellulose hydrolysis).the first generation bioethanol, which is derived from the sugar or starch produced by the food crops. These Lignocellulosic raw materials   are more abundant and generally considered by more sustainable and they need to be broken down (hydrolyzed) into simple sugar prior to distillation. Biomass feedstock are fast-growing trees, shrubs, and grasses that are bred for the specific purpose of producing energy (electricity or liquid fuels) from all or part of the resulting plant. 

  • Feedstock development
  • Emission of gases
  • Biological conversion approaches
  • Best practices in biomass supply chains
  • The role of pilot-scale production

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