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Category Archives: Biomass

The Death of Diesel Cars

In light of the recent controversy involving Volkswagen’s emissions scandal, many have questioned whether Diesel will be a feasible source of fuel in the future. With the rise of newer and more efficient engines (Electric, Hybrid etc.), decisions will have to be made regarding which engines to produce. In recent times, Diesel engines have come…
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Fat algae saves the world…maybe

Source:https://www.greentechmedia.com/articles/read/lessons-from-the-great-algae-biofuel-bubble#gs.VqEFAgM The most important quality of a fuel or any other source of energy is abundance. Abundant fuel provides a reliable source of energy and assures the prevention of an energy crisis in the near or far future. However, the energy sources I.e fossil fuels that we use today are anything but that. Declining oil…
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Biomass In Developing Nations

“Necessity is the mother of invention” - a quote that so aptly captures the innovation of developing nations to tackle their energy issues. Dry animal dung, although may seem no more than a grotesque liability, is an energy solution for the future. Why? Apart from the fact that it is cheaper than most modern fuels,…
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Lignin: An Abundant Source of Renewable Energy?

For years, scientists have been vexed by lignin. It is full of energy, is bound very tightly, but the only way to release this energy is through combustion, and therefore it is usually discarded during biofuel production. Scientists haven’t thus far been able to efficiently break it apart to upgrade it into chemicals or fuels.…
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