cellulosic


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cellulosic

[‚sel·yə′lō·sik]
(organic chemistry)
Any of the derivatives of cellulose, such as cellulose acetate.
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Edeniq's registered customers now total 500 MGPY of nameplate ethanol capacity and are averaging more than one percent cellulosic ethanol.
Aemetis plans to construct multiple phases of cellulosic ethanol production and add more than 40 million gallons per year of cellulosic ethanol capacity at the Riverbank, CA site.
The company's facility in Edmonton, AB, Canada, is the first commercial-scale facility in the world to produce cellulosic ethanol produced from non-recyclable, non-compostable mixed municipal solid waste.
The companies stated that the Madera plant has a total annual production capacity of 40 million gallons and is expected to produce up to one millions gallons per year of cellulosic ethanol with Edeniq's Pathway process.
Cellulosic ethanol will further diversify the transportation fuel mix just as wind and solar are expanding the renewable options for power generation.
Cellulosic production has lagged well behind what Congress had anticipated when it wrote the Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007 (EISA).
With this collaboration, DuPont is also taking the first step to diversify its markets for cellulosic ethanol beyond fuels.
One other important point in the cellulosic category is that in any year that EPA waives any part of the cellulosic RFS, blenders have an option to buy their way out of blending instead of actually blending (U.
The debate has created considerable uncertainty about future regulation in the EU and stalled investment not only in biofuels made from food crops, known as first generation, but also in advanced or cellulosic biofuels, which are made from the inedible parts of plants and do not compete with food crops.
Cellulosic Ethanol - Global Production, Major Trends, Regulations, and Key Country Analysis to 2020" is the latest report from industry analysis specialist GlobalData, offering comprehensive information on the global cellulosic ethanol market.
It will process up to 20 tonnes of bagasse, the fibrous by-product of sugarcane juice extraction, daily into cellulosic sugars at the Brazilian firm's ethanol and sugar refinery at Sao Paolo.
Cellulosic biofuels, made from non-food crops, were supposed gradually to supplant corn ethanol in the US, as an alternative to help lower carbon emissions.