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As per recent research of International Energy Agency (IEA), India is on track to become world’s third-largest ethanol market by 2026.
India’s progress in Ethanol Blending
PM?Narendra Modi noted in June that, Union Government is committed to meet the aim of 20% ethanol blending in petrol by 2025. Earlier, the targeted date was 2030. Currently, 8.5% of ethanol is blended with petrol.
According to IEA, the target to obtain 20% ethanol blending has significant problems, including vehicle compatibility, availability of raw materials, GHG emissions?& sustainability standards and incentives to remain competitive.
Ethanol is one of the principal biofuels. It is naturally produced by fermentation of sugars by yeasts or through petrochemical processes like ethylene hydration.
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