Many people have invested in land looking
for increasing land prices, which have gone up over the last
20 years or so. Now a new way of investing in land looks set
to take off in the UK.
Land Investment Biofuels
The above has advantages over the normal
land investments in that you are using the land to grow crops
that will be made into biofuels, so you do not need to obtain
building planning permission as you will be using the land
for agricultural use.
Biofuel production has now moved on from
the first generation biofuels which were derived from sources
such as sugar, starch and vegetable oil. The most popular types
of first generation Biofuels were, Biodiesel, Bioalchols and
Second generation biofuel technologies
have been developed from the first generation fuels, because
first generation fuels were limited to a threshold that they
could not produce enough biofuel without threatening food supplies
and they were not cost competative with current fossil fuels.
Brazil is the largest producer of biofuels and is fully self
sufficent, if you are looking for land
investments in Brazil then read this.