Biofuel Made From Malt Whiskey Developed In Scotland

Biofuel Made From Malt Whiskey Developed In Scotland
Innovation

Waste from distilling alcohol can now be converted into renewable energy.

Yi Chen
  • 9 march 2012


Scotland is known for its rich culture and history of malt whiskey, and now scientists are discovering ways to turn the by-products of this alcoholic beverage into usable fuel. Celtic Renewables, an innovative start-up company in Scotland, has developed a “next generation biofuel” by reusing ingredients like draff and pot ale that are often considered as waste when brewing whiskey.

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