Brazil's ethanol producers take a big bet on biofuels
from Financial Times Energy Source
Brazil's sugar cane industry has recently been trumpeting that five of its processing mills have been approved by the U.S. government to sell their ethanol in the United States. The fact that the mills are bothering to go through the registration process, which includes filling out forms and allowing an engineering review, is significant, and shows renewables are no longer the pet project of many Americans. With the U.S. perhaps distracted by its pressing economic difficulties, producers in other countries have started to get in on the act.
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