An energy firm plans to convert bagasse into biomass that can be burned in coal-fired plants without pricey retrofitting

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When sugar cane is ground up, a wet, fluffy, fibrous byproduct called bagasse is produced. Sugar mills burn it to create their own energy. But there’s always a lot left over, and much of it ends up …

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