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Bioethanol

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Genencor, the enzymes division of Danisco A/S (Copenhagen; edlinks.chemengonline.com/6900-544) and DONG Energy (Fredericia, both Denmark) are collaborating to produce second-generation bioethanol. Public subsidies are being sought for establishing a demonstration plant, which will process 4 m.t./h of straw and produce 4,500 m.t./yr of bioethanol. Genencore will supply enzymes for the demonstration plant, which will be located near Kalundborg, Denmark, and is slated to startup in 2009. Other partners in the project are Statoil and AgBioEnergy.
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