Pannónia Ethanol starts production of bioethanol plant
Pannónia Ethanol, a Hungarian unit of Ireland's Ethanol Europe Renewables, has started production in its €120 million bioethanol plant in Dunaföldvár (C Hungary), the company said on Friday.
The plant is expected to turn out an annual 240 million liters of bioethanol from 575,000 tons of domestic maize.
The plant will also produce 175,000 tons of feed annually.
The company said the plant is the biggest bioethanol plant in Hungary and one of the biggest in the region.
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