|NOUN || a biofuel | biofuels |
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- He also supports the use of biofuels. He believes that it will definitely reduce the country's dependence on imported oil once biofuels manufacturers begin operations in the country.
- Other biofuels can provide a close-to-carbon-neutral energy source, if locally grown.
- The following second-generation biofuels are under development, although most or all of these biofuels are synthesized from intermediary products such as syngas using methods that are identical in processes involving conventional feedstocks, first-generation and second-generation biofuels.
- Genetically modified organisms are also used for the production of biofuels. Biofuels are a type of carbon-neutral fuel.
- The use of second generation biofuels is thought to increase environmental sustainability, since the non-food part of plants is being used to produce second-generation biofuels, instead of being disposed.
- "Biotechnology for Biofuels" refers to research on biofuels derived from lignocellulose and algae.
- The company develops technology for making renewable cellulosic biofuels (also known as second generation biofuels, or advanced biofuels) from agricultural residues and other organic wastes.
- The use of transport biofuels is to be increased to 7 TWh by 2020.
- Target for biofuels was in Belgium was 5.75% by 2010. The EU Biofuels Directive (2001) requires 5.75% biofuels of transport fuels excluding aviation by December 31, 2010.
- One of the first legislative documents to directly address the need of biofuels and their development was the Energy Policy Act of 1992 (...).
- The Biofuels Center has also developed the first liquid transportation biofuels centered wiki.
- Inside JBEI's Emeryville laboratories, five interlocking scientific divisions–Life-cycle, Economics and Agronomy; Feedstocks; Deconstruction; Biofuels and Bioproducts; and Technology–bring the sunlight-to-biofuels/bioproducts pipeline under one roof.
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