Brazil will see a major expansion in biodiesel (up to 28 mil. l/d by 2030), diesel made with vegetable oils (H-Bio) (up to 244 mil. l/d by 2030), and "sugarcane products" (i.e., bioethanol and combusting bagasse for power generation) in the country's latest strategic energy plan
, according to the Temas Blog.
version is here.
The blog explains that there is a national debate about the energy mix, biofuels are not the only component by a long way, and that is good. It is also good to see that the share of wood and non-sustainable sources of energy is planned to fall in the energy mixture... of course, whether it does or not remains to be seen...
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