BIOFUELS

Biofuels are called those fuels solids, liquids or gases produced from biomass, ie the biodegradable fraction of products or waste of various human activities.

Biofuels are made from organic products and are renewable fuels. As renewable fuels have the characteristic of lower CO2 emissions in the total life cycle compared to conventional fossil fuel element depends directly on their origin, their use and the manner of production and distribution. When burned these fuels emit approximately equal amounts of CO2 to the corresponding petroleum origin. But because it is an organic carbon source which contain committed during the development of the organic matter from the atmosphere in which returns after combustion, so the balance of emissions throughout the life cycle of biofuel is theoretically zero.

 

BIOFUELS HISTORICAL FACTS

Historically, the first fuel used by humans belongs to the category of biofuels. The wood, fat, vegetable oils and other essences fall under the category of biofuels.
  • The great need of cheap fuel high energy content after the industrial revolution, which continues growing until today, supported the use of fossil fuels, coal and petroleum derivatives originally later, at the expense of traditional biofuels.
  • The problems of global warming, which directly relate to the content of the fuels and the carbon emitted during combustion carbon dioxide (COM2) have created in recent years, a climate shift to biofuels that are invited to gradually replace conventional fuels.
 

BIOFUEL BENEFITS Biofuels have benefits on multiple levels....

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ENERGY PLANTSRapeseed
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BIODIESELBiodiesel is defined as the higher fatty acid esters...

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