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Biofuel is a fuel that is produced over a short time span from biomass, rather than by the very slow natural processes involved in the formation of fossil fuels such as oil. Biofuel can be produced from plants or from agricultural, domestic or industrial biowaste. Biofuels are mostly used for transportation, but can also be used for heating and electricity.

What Is Clean Energy?

WHAT IS CLEAN ENERGY? HOW DOES IT WORK? WHY IS IT SO IMPORTANT? Clean energy is energy that comes from ...
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Scientists create renewable biocement made entirely from waste materials

Scientists from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) have found a way to create biocement from waste, making the alternative to regular cement even greener ...
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Fuel from waste wood

BIO FUEL | Fuel from waste wood by Staff Writers, Munich, Germany (SPX) Mar 30, 2022 According to the latest ...
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At bioenergy crossroads, should corn ethanol be left in the rearview mirror?

Fifteen years on, research led by the University of Wisconsin-Madison assessed the environmental impacts of corn ethanol and the policy that governs it, using a ...
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Could we make cars out of petroleum residue?

As the world struggles to improve the efficiency of cars and other vehicles in order to curb greenhouse gas emissions and improve the range of ...
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Generating carbon-free fuels

Due to the intermittent nature of wind and solar energy electricity, there is a need to develop methods to convert renewable electricity into a carbon-free ...
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Basis for next-gen bioprocesses

The marine bacterium Vibrio natriegens is remarkable for its extremely rapid growth. It is the fastest growing non-pathogenic organism discovered ...
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Accelerated ammonia synthesis holds promise for conversion of renewable energy

Research by Japanese scientists at Hiroshima University reveals a way to make ammonia from its constituent molecules of nitrogen and ...
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