GSR Energy Holdings Ltd.

​​Projects for profit and for purpose

50%GHG reduction                               from gasoline

60% GHG reduction                               from gasoline

Cellulosic and sugarcane bio-ethanol have three decisive advantages compared to corn bio-ethanol:

   1.  Demand:  Purchased first and mandates are increasing

   2.  Higher price per gallon

   3.  Shortest in supply ​

 3.0X                                2.5X                                 N/A                                                                

Our Bio-refinery will ALSO process sugarcane into bio-ethanol to help with unfulfilled mandates.

Bio-Ethanol is blended with gasoline to reduce the gasoline's GHG emissions.  For example, 1.0 gallon of E-10 is 90% gasoline blended with 10% bio-ethanol.

Bio-Ethanol markets are closed because they are regulated by government mandates.​ 

Governments worldwide are increasing mandates for the lowest carbon bio-ethanol (meaning the bio-ethanol provides a minimum 50% GHG reduction from gasoline). 

​In response to increasing mandates, our Bio-Refinery's annual production of bio-ethanol will be 43 million gallons MG (12 MG of cellulosic & 31 MG of sugarcane).
Our bio-ethanol will be exported to the highest priced market.

GSR benefits from operating in Belize:

   1.  Tariff-Free products to CARICOM, EU and U.S.

   2.  Tax-Free project

   3.  Lowest sugarcane cost ​




From: 1.0 BGPY in 2017

To:    16.0 BGPY by 2022

How bio-ethanol is made with sugarcane  

  • Sugarcane Bio-Ethanol:  The sugarcane juice is extracted from the sugarcane stalk.  The sugarcane juice is used to produce sugarcane bio-ethanol.
  • Cellulosic Bio-Ethanol:  The sugarcane stalk waste after extraction is termed "bagasse".  The sugarcane bagasse is used to produce cellulosic bio-ethanol.

% GHG reduction from gasoline

U.S. Renewable Fuels Standard (RFS-2) set 3 separate bio-ethanol mandates which are based on the bio-ethanol's % GHG reduction from gasoline.

In terms of % GHG reduction from gasoline:

  • 1.0 gallon of cellulosic bio-ethanol = 3.0 gallons of corn bio-ethanol

  • 1.0  gallon of sugarcane bio-ethanol = 2.5 gallons of corn bio-ethanol

60%                                                  50%                      20%   

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Xmore GHG reduction                    than corn bio-ethanol

         Cellulosic                        Sugarcane                            Corn


From: 2.0 BGPY in 2017

To:     4.0 BGPY by 2022

Capped in 2015 at

15.0 Billion Gallons Per Year 



Three separate

U.S. RFS-2 Mandates