Brazil's ETH, Denmark's Inbicon to partner on cellulosic ethanol


* Cost is biggest obstacle facing second-generation ethanol * Firms will team up to produce ethanol, sell own technology By Fabiola Gomes SAO PAULO, Jan 30 (Reuters) - Brazil's ETH Bioenergia and Denmark's Inbicon will partner to find cheaper ways to produce second-generation or cellulosic biofuels, an ETH director told Reuters on Wednesday, tackling one of the technology's biggest drawbacks. Brazil's vast ethanol sector, which ...

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