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Made by fermenting the sugars from plants such as corn or sugarcane, ethanol contains oxygen that helps a car's engine burn fuel more efficiently, reducing air pollution. In the U. In Brazil—the second-largest ethanol producer behind the U. Alternatives to diesel fuel include biodiesel and renewable diesel. Biodiesel, derived from fats such as vegetable oil, animal fat, and recycled cooking grease, can be blended with petroleum-based diesel. Some buses, trucks, and military vehicles in the U.
Renewable diesel, a chemically different product that can be derived from fats or plant-based waste, is considered a "drop-in" fuel that does not need to be blended with conventional diesel.
Other types of plant-based fuel have been created for aviation and shipping. More than , flights have used biofuel, but the amount of aviation biofuel produced in accounted for less than 0. Lastly, methods of improving biofuel production systems for sustainable development are highlighted. Appendix A.
Up to date, he has published more than research articles in various international peer-reviewed journals. He has also received numerous recognitions at national and international levels. Currently he is working on the production of biofuels biodiesel and bioethanol from biomass mainly oil palm biomass using various technologies. Apart from that, he also has special interest on the social and sustainability aspects of biofuels. Food versus Fuel. Frank Rosillo-Calle.
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