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RIGHT AROUND THE BEND: Raízen is starting to utilize the non-sugar components of sugarcane to make celluosic ethanol. It will soon be involved in converting both first-generation and, perhaps, second-generation ethanol into hydrogen. / PHOTO: RAIZEN

November 8, 2023

BY Sue Retka Schill

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