The bioethanol plant utilizes sugarcane sources that are wholly owned by Filipinos. the plant has a capacity to produce 200, 000 liters per day or 54 million liters of anhydrous alcohol annually, thereby displacing the country’s reliance on imported fossil fuels.
The cogeneration plant, after converting excess bagasse to energy, generates approximately 19 megawatts of renewable power, 13 megawatts of which will be exported to the national grid in support of the philippine government’s energy development program.
GFII operates a state-of-the-art bioethanol and cogeneration plant to produce alternative and renewable energy while simultaneously creating frsh opportunities for sustainable rural deve […]
Green Future Innovations, Inc. (GFII) aims to become a world-class provider of alternative and renewable energy that is environmentally friendly. In its endeavor to reduce energy on imported […]
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