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Micro- and Macronutrition in Bioethanol Production 


Like any industrial process, ethanol production comes with high costs. With the feedstocks accounting for 50% of production costs and energy for 25%, it is crucial to reach maximum yields during production. Thus, optimizing every stage of ethanol production is very important to reduce feedstock waste and energy expenditure, which also have a major impact on a plant's carbon footprint.
While optimization can happen through various ways - temperature and pH optimization, propagation time, contamination monitoring, etc. - addressing any nutrient deficiency in yeast is also crucial.


This white paper details: 

  • Micro- and macronutrition's impact on yield, feedstock consumption and waste reduction
  • Nutrition deficiencies' impact on fermentation completion and plant performances
  • Nutrition particularities in the cases of cellulosic feedstocks
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Micro- and Macronutrition in Bioethanol Production

Meet experts who shared their insights
Romain Fromanger
Industrial Fermentation Expert
at Leaf
Shawn Nelson
Technical Service Manager
at Procelys.
Trevor Cowley
Sr. Director in Corporate Research & Innovation at RAHR
Crysta Greenleaf
Technical Service Representative
at Leaf

Detailed summary: 

1. Yeast in ethanol production
2. Fermentation by yeasts in bioethanol production
3. Factors that affect bioethanol production 

          Stresses & bioavailability
4. Nutrition factors
          Macronutrients & micronutrients
5. Focus on cellulosic ethanol - from plants and crops

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