Ethanol, a Renewable for the Maritime Transition?


Ethanol, an alcohol primarily derived from biomass, is chiefly sourced from corn and sugar cane. It bears the chemical formula C2H6O and is primarily utilized as an additive to gasoline. In developed countries, it is a prevalent component in gasoline, not driven by environmental concerns, but by the aim to diminish reliance on foreign oils.

We periodically publishes articles outlining the ins and outs of the business. This is the Riverlake Article Series.