1. India is actively seeking technology collaborations with Germany in the biofuel sector, particularly focusing on processing non-sugar-based feedstock like paddy straw and municipal solid waste.
  2. Gaurav Kedia, Chairman of the Indian Biogas Association (IBA), emphasized India’s interest in adopting proven German technologies suitable for processing raw materials such as paddy straw, Napier grass, and municipal solid waste.
  3. The Indian government aims to diversify biofuel production beyond sugar-based crops to enhance energy security, considering agricultural waste and other solid waste as potential feedstock.

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