Florida Crystals might soon make cellulosic ethanol along with sugar and electricity
Last week, the University of Florida selected the Okeelanta facility as the location to build a new $20 million cellulosic ethanol research and demonstration plant. The idea is to create a cellulosic ethanol plant that can produce between 1-2 million gallons of ethanol each year using technology developed by UF professors that can make ethanol from sugarcane bagasse and other biomass sources.
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