Using sugar cane as raw material, we produce anhydrous ethanol that is mixed with gasoline as required by Brazilian authorities for motor vehicles, and containing:
Water content – Max 0.7%
Alcohol content – Min 99.3%
Ensuring sustainable production.
By burning sugarcane bagasse, we begin our process of cogeneration of electrical energy. It is currently one of the sources with the greatest potential for growth in the national and international markets, as it is one of the main alternatives for diversifying the energy matrix. Our electrical energy production meets all internal “engine” loads and the surplus is sold.
Our energy cogeneration can currently supply a city with approximately 200 thousand inhabitants.