India to build 12 new biofuels plants, says PM Modi

10 Aug 2018 | John McGarrity

At least 12 biofuels plants have been planned in India, the country’s prime minister Najendra Modi said on 10 August as part of the country’s bid to triple production of bio-based alternatives to gasoline and diesel, and cut its oil import 120 billion rupees ($1.74 billion).  

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