Amylases Biofuel Enzymes Market Size, Status and Forecast 2024
Amylase is an enzyme that catalyzes the hydrolysis of starch into sugars. Majority of the biofuels are created by sugars. The sugars are then fermented into alcohol such as butanol or ethanol after extraction and subsequently used as fuels. The dependency on non-renewable carbon-based fuels such as gasoline is reduced with amylases biofuel enzymes. Biodiesel is another form of biofuel that has the ability to fuel more than half the world's transportation.