Bio Electricity

Umoe Bioenergy inaugurated on May 2012 a Cogen facility with a capacity of 30MW, which is equal to the electricity used by 100 000 Brazilian households in a year. Bioelectricity is produced by burning bagasse, which is the dry, fibrous waste that is left after the sugar plant has been processed and the ethanol contained. Umoe Bioenergy is proud to be able to use much more of the sugar plant to be able to produce even more clean, renewable energy.