Using Biogas From Vinasse To Enable Sugarcane Bagasse Availability For Bioethanol Production
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Modeling and Simulation, Design Engineering, and Renewable Energy Technologies at University of São Paulo | USP · Instituto de Eletrotécnica e Energia (IEE) (POLI).
                       

Using Biogas From Vinasse To Enable Sugarcane Bagasse Availability For Bioethanol Production

Recent environmental policies demand more and more biofuels, clean energy availability, and fewer pollutant emissions. In that sense, the ethanol and sugarcane industry stands out due to bioenergy production, especially in Brazil, where it produces not only bioethanol but bioelectricity as well, with a low net CO2 emission. This is due to the burning of sugarcane bagasse in CHP (combined heat and power) cycles, which provides the sugarcane mill with heat and power for the process and which produces surplus...

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