Ascribed to this, the demand for alternative solutions is increasing rapidly. This, in turn, is driving the growth of the global bio alcohol market. Bio alcohols are generated by the action of enzymes and microorganisms by the fermentation of starches or sugars. Exhaust gases released during the use of these fuels is much cleaner than those produced by fossil fuels. In addition to this, the utilization of bio alcohol can decrease the net emission of greenhouse gases by over 37.1%.  

It is because of such eco-friendly nature of bio alcohols that their demand is rising all over the world. At the present time, bio alcohols are being manufactured from feedstock, including biomass. Due to technological advancements, the utilization of cellulosic biomass is increasing, thereby leading to the growth of the market. This biomass is composed of complex sugar molecules, along with the use of biomass, such as corn stover and switch grass. Owing to the advancements in technology, researchers are able to utilize cellulosic biomass for enhanced bio fuel production. 


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Various types of raw materials are used for producing bio alcohol, such as industrial beets, biowaste, sugarcane, and grains. In the past, grains were used the most producing bio alcohol and the situation is expected to remain the same in the years to come as well. Cereal grains are utilized extensively for feed and food applications. Despite this, the overproduction of cereals and technological innovations in tillage, sowing, and seed production resulted in the usage of cereals as an energy source. 

The Asia-Pacific (APAC) region is expected to advance at the fastest pace in the bio alcohol market. The end-use industries including electronics, transportation, and construction are witnessing considerable growth in APAC, which is driving the growth of the market. The surging population in the region is creating high requirement for high-performance products and energy, which is why, the need for products such as bio alcohols is growing in APAC.  

In conclusion, the demand for bio alcohol is increasing because of the increasing demand for cleaner energy all over the globe.