In Florida, Alliance BioEnergy Plus announced that with the completion of Front End Loading 2 (FEL 2) engineering. The stark difference between the CTS process and all other fuel technologies is becoming more apparent from a capital building expense as well as yearly operating expense. The CTS Cellulose Ethanol plant processing 1,000mt a day of virtually any cellulose biomass and producing upwards of 34 MMGY of high-grade ethanol with 86% less emissions than gasoline will cost approximately $1.97 a nameplate gallon to build.
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