RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazil is capable of producing 9 billion liters of aviation biofuels per year, more than enough to meet domestic demand, and thus significantly reduce CO2 emissions in the segment.
These are the findings of a study conducted by Roundtable on Sustainable Biomaterials (RSB), in partnership with Agroicone consulting and professors from Unicamp and Unifei, to be presented at an international event starting on Monday in Brazil.
"Brazil has tremendous potential to be a major producer of aviation biofuel, but this depends on the country's ability to harness residues from sugarcane bagasse and straw, the wood . . .