Nicaragua increases ethanol production from sugar cane

Daily production will surpass one million liters per day sometime between this year and the next, according to estimates from the Industrial Chamber of Nicaragua.

Monday, August 11, 2008

Nicaragua is joining the alternative energy boom driven by Brazil.
The President of the National Committee of Sugar Producers (CNPA) indicated that "this year we calculate that production will surpass 450,000 liters daily and between 2008 and 2009 we believe that we will be producing one million liters per day."
He also announced that last year they produced 100,000 liters of ethanol per day

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Guatemalan Sugar Producers Export Biofuels

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Nicaragua Sugar Estates to Export $56 Million in Ethanol

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The company predicts that it will export 80 million liters of ethanol to Europe in 2009 which will generate $56 million in income.

Nicaragua Sugar Estates Limited, which is owned by the Pellas Group, owns Ingenio San José, through which it produced and exported 20 million liters of ethanol in 2007, 50 million in 2008, and it plans to reach 80 million this year.

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