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Mauritius: A revolutionary biodiesel market in 2014 based on cane of Provence




Mauritius: A revolutionary biodiesel market in 2014 based on cane of Provence
The cane of Provence, its scientific name Arundo donax, is at the heart of marketing from 2014 onwards with a revolutionary biodiesel to run cars and other motorcycles in Mauritius.
 
A company decided to start the production of a large scale plantations that produce ultimately canes of Provence, which will decompose naturally in a mill located at Solitude in the North of the island.
 
The herbaceous plant locally known as "fatak" of high-energy enters in the composition of this new biofuel.
 
The biodiesel intends as well to offer an ecological alternative to consumers with crude vegetable oil and combustion which does not increase the rate of CO2 in the air. The price of the biodiesel in the future retail outlets will be same as regular diesel.



Fabrice François


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