Sugar-powered planes and power stations can help our carbon goals

Andrew Marshall
Updated February 9 2024 - 11:40am, first published 11:00am
The sugar cane processing sector has the feedstock, technology, capital and infrastructure to invest in biofuel capacity to help abate carbon emissions. File photo.
The sugar cane processing sector has the feedstock, technology, capital and infrastructure to invest in biofuel capacity to help abate carbon emissions. File photo.

Sugar is no longer just an energy food - it promises to be an important, decarbonised energy industry.

Andrew Marshall

Andrew Marshall

National agribusiness writer

Andrew Marshall is the group agribusiness writer for ACM's state agricultural weeklies and websites. He is a former editor at The Land and has worked in various Rural Press group roles in Canberra, North Richmond (NSW) and Toowoomba (Qld).

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