Brazil opens the door to ethanol technology for BRICS partner India

While India has a target to double the share of ethanol in gasoline within three years, Brazil's mandated share has been 27% since 2015.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - India's monsoon-dependent rains will be critical to the country's ability to meet its E20 target of blending 20% ethanol in gasoline by 2025, say representatives of India's sugar-energy sector.

On the other hand, the partnership with its BRICS partner Brazil raises hopes that the target will be met before the deadline, assured the president of the Indian Sugar Mills Association (Isma), Aditya Jhunjhunwala, and the managing director of the Indian Automobile Manufacturers Association (Siam), Prashnat Kumar Banerjee.

They were in Brazil last week with a delegation invited by União da . . .

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