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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