Results of CTBE’s research were presented at COP21

Other results of assessment of sugarcane biorefineries research line was presented by Brazilian Development Bank (BNDES) president, Luciano Coutinho, at COP21, which took place in Paris on December 2015. At the world’s largest conference on climate change, led by the United Nations, were presented results of a study conducted jointly by the Brazilian Association of International Banks (ABBI), BNDES, the Brazilian Bioethanol Science and Technology Laboratory (CTBE) and the Center for Strategic Studies and Management Science, Technology and Innovation (CGEE). Were shown, comparatively, the environmental benefits and economic feasibility of first and second generation bioethanol use (E1G + E2G) in the near future. Watch on: