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Whisky Business: The Digest’s 2017 Multi-Slide Guide to Celtic Renewables

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by Jim Lane (Biofuels Digest) In uniquely combining the whisky by-products, Celtic Renewables Ltd adapt the traditional Weizmann Fermentation process (also known as ABE fermentation) to a brand new and entirely sustainable novel substrate – not only providing a sustainable disposal route for the by-products of one of the UK’s largest and most iconic industries, but also integrating renewable energy production with environmental sustainability and carbon reduction, by producing sustainable biobutanol as a direct replacement for fossil road fuel to help meet the EU mandated biofuel targets, together with a sustainable source of other high value products.

Celtic Renewables Ltd is initially focused on the £4 billion Scottish Malt Whisky industry as a ripe resource for developing biobutanol. The pioneering process combines the two main by-products of whisky production (Pot Ale and Draff) to produce high value renewable products, including biobutanol.

Celtic’s president Martin Tangney gave this company overview at ABLC 2017 in Washington DC.  READ MORE

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