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Punjab Will Produce Bio-Ethanol from Paddy Straw: Sunder Sham Arora

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(5 Dariya News)  To curb the menace of crop residue burning and create a positive atmosphere for industrialization, Punjab Government has taken a decision to set up a Bio-ethanol project. In this regard, Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) has been signed today between Government of Punjab and M/s SAB Industries Ltd. with proposed investment of Rs.719 crore.Divulging the details about this Project, Industry and Commerce Minister of Punjab, Mr. Sundar Shyam Arora said that this project will produce 25000 TPA 2G Bio-ethanol from paddy straw in Punjab which will not only generate investment and employment but will also help in reducing crop residue burning.Cabinet Minister said that few studies undertaken in India have indicated surplus biomass availability to the tune of 120-160 MMT annually which, if converted, has the potential to yield 3000 crore litres of ethanol annually. Surplus biomass/agricultural waste can be converted to ethanol using second generation (2G) technologies which has cellulosic and lignocellulosic content.  READ MORE

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