Second and Third Generation Bioethanol Potential from Different Biomass Sources in Mexico

C.M. Galicia-Medina, C. Barrios, G.S. Alemán-Nava, J.F. Dallemand & R. Parra
Bioethanol is an alcohol that can be produced from fermentation of sugars found in grains and other biomass. This alcohol can produced from different feedstock such as grains, corn, wheat , agro industrial residues and non-edible crops depending of the feedstock, which are classified into first, second and third generation. In this sense, Mexico´s government have tried since 2009 with the Bioenergetics Promotion and Development Law for the production of bioethanol in a major scale...
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