field-to-wheel

field-to-wheel

adj
relating to all phases of biofuel production and use from growing to combustion
[C21: modelled on well-to-wheel relating to the total efficiency of fossil oil]
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Citroen claim that when running on E85 field-to-wheel CO2 emissions drop by 40 per cent, while other toxins like nitrous oxide and carbon monoxide are also reduced.
A study undertaken in 2009 by Life Cycle Associates, LLC, using the Argonne National Laboratories GREET model, concluded that full lifecycle greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from field-to-wheels for Solazyme's algal biofuel, SoladieselTM, are 85 to 93 percent lower than standard petroleum based ultra-low sulfur diesel (ULSD).
It is with this technology that the company was able to produce the algal biofuel, Soladiesel[TM], which emits 85 to 93 percent less GHG emissions than standard petroleum based ultra-low sulfur diesel (USLD), as highlighted in a 2009 field-to-wheels GHG lifecycle test.
From Fields to Wheels: Integrated Approaches to Solve Biofuels Biggest Questions Hot technologies in biofuels R&D, integrated field-to-wheels operational solutions, and the investment overhangs that must be overcome for the biofuels industry to be sustainable.
In 2009, a field-to-wheels greenhouse gas (GHG) lifecycle test conducted by the Life Cycle Associates, LLC, determined that Solazyme's algal biofuel, Soladiesel[TM], emits 85 to 93 percent less GHG emissions than standard petroleum based ultra-low sulfur diesel (USLD).