South Africa Planning a $261 Million Ethanol Plant, Reuters Says
The proposed plant would initially produce 90 million liters (23.8 million gallons) of ethanol from sugar beet and sorghum, Reuters reported. Output may be increased to 200 million liters a year, it cited Crew as saying. Sugar Beet RSA is working on the project with the South African government, it said.
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