produced from biomass such as sugar containing materials, like sugar cane,
sugar beet, sweet sorghum, etc; starch containing materials such as corn,
cassava, algae etc; and cellulosic materials such as biogases, wood waste,
agricultural and forestry residues etc..
as the Bio-fuel programmes is concerned, ethanol is the distillate of the substrate
obtained by alcoholic fermentation of sugars, hydrolyzed starches and
hydrolyzed cellulosic materials. Government recognizes the importance of
bio-fuels as extremely critical to sustainable energy security and environment
protection with creation of employment and further economic growth.