Brazil : just not that into second - generation biofuels

By: Mojarro, NelsonLanguage: English Publisher: [Oxford]: [Editorial no identificada, 2013Description: 4 pSubject(s): Etanol | Biocombustibles | Transporte | BrasilDDC classification: 050 Online resources: Click here to access online
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The author of this article concludes that, first the development of first generation ethanol implementation has not provided stimulus to spur cellulosic or advanced biofuel legislation and development. Second, if cellulosic or advanced biofuels are to be developed to large scale and play an important role in the future fuel transport mix, Brazil should be taking more steps into the promotion of such fuels, helping to diversity the feedstock sources as it currently does with sugarcane in first generation.
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The author of this article concludes that, first the development of first generation ethanol implementation has not provided stimulus to spur cellulosic or advanced biofuel legislation and development. Second, if cellulosic or advanced biofuels are to be developed to large scale and play an important role in the future fuel transport mix, Brazil should be taking more steps into the promotion of such fuels, helping to diversity the feedstock sources as it currently does with sugarcane in first generation.

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