Brazilian corn ethanol has the same physical and performance characteristics as ethanol from other raw materials, a groundbreaking reality in Brazil. It is cleaner than American corn ethanol, although the United States was the first country to produce it.
Enabling a greater reduction in greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions compared to fossil fuels, it is better for climate change mitigation purposes, as the Brazilian industry uses biomass as a source of energy (not fossil fuels as is the case in the U.S.).
FS Bioenergia produces hydrous and anhydrous ethanol. Hydrous ethanol is the common ethanol sold at service stations, while anhydrous ethanol is the one mixed with gasoline. The difference between the two is their water content.