DEA study: biofuel alcohol, a France-Brazil paradox

Why France, while it had a historic technological advance in the production of distilled alcohol, resulting from its alcohol-producing cultural matrix, has not developed its bioethanol or national fuel sector. Why has it developed it in Brazil, abroad and made an energy break between this sector, oil and nuclear power when common development was politically possible?

Here is the problem that Armand Legay's DEA tries to answer.


View the abstract and download the full DEA study on biofuel alcohol

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