In 2007, the Philippines passed the Biofuels Act of 2006, all gasoline sold in the country in 2008, at least 5% by volume must contain ethanol. The law’s objectives, the Philippine dependence on imported fuel should be reduced, with its erratic price fluctuations by., A local supply of alternative and renewable energy The success of the implementation of this law depends heavily on how well the country’s agricultural sector will react. For this reason, the Ministry of Agricultur … Read more »

In 2007, the Philippines passed the Biofuels Act of 2006, all gasoline sold in the country in 2008, at least 5% by volume must contain ethanol. The law’s objectives, the Philippine dependence on imported fuel should be reduced, with its erratic price fluctuations by., A local supply of alternative and renewable energy The success of the implementation of this law depends heavily on how well the country’s agricultural sector will react. For this reason, the Department of Agriculture is crafting a feedstock development strategy.
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Ari Luis c. Halos
Source: University of Hong Kong
27 pages.
Release date: 05 February 2008 registered. Prod #: HKU718-PDF-ENG
The Philippines’ rising bioethanol industry case HBR solution