Homegrown biofuels: turning sugar into petrol

The UK’s first bioethanol plant opened in November, turning sugar beet into a transport fuel which will contribute to reducing fossil carbon emissions. Philip Lightowlers looks at the sustainability of the process and the future for further bioethanol production

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