Uttar Pradesh to invest $2.4 billion in five biofuel plants

In India, the Hindu newspaper reports that the Uttar Pradesh government has decided to invest $2.4 billion in five biofuel plants to be located in Sitapur, Hapur, Meerut, Bareilly and Muzaffarnagar. Feedstocks, technologies nor independent project costs were included in the article announcing the green light given by the state’s government. The state’s investment is meant to help boost the reputation of biofuels around the region. Another two cellulosic ethanol plants worth $56.5 million each were also announced using Taiwanese technology.

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