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Biethanol
Bioethanol is a renewable fuel obtained on an industrial scale from cereal fermentation, prior enzyme hydrolysis and after a distillation process which liminates volatile impurities generated during the process, followed by another dehydration process which helps eliminate excess water from distillation. Under these conditions, bioethanol is directly mixed with petrol in an 85% proportion (e85) and becomes a renewable substitute for petrol.
Abengoa Bioenergy Brazil obtains bioethanol from sugar cane juice fermentation ollected after sugar cane grinding and subsequent distillation. Bagasse, the fuel of the power generation system, is eparated during grinding; and vinasse, used as fertilizer in sugar cane plantations, is separated during fermentation.
Distilled bioethanol is the fuel used in "flex" engines, which run on both gas and bioethanol, or any blend of both. Its main advantages compared to fossil fuels are the following:
• Renewable origin.
• Biodegradable.
• Higher dependency on oil imports; its use contributes to increase energy autonomy and diversification.
• Cleaner fuel in polluting emissions such as sulphur oxide and particles.
• Contribution to local economies growth and income distribution, generating jobs in rural areas.
• Reduction of GHG emissions that overheat the surface of the earth and accelerate climate change.Easy to obtain and store.
 
 
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