biofuel

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bi·o·fuel

 (bī′ō-fyo͞o′əl)
n.
A fuel, such as biogas or biodiesel, that is produced from renewable resources, especially plant biomass, vegetable oils, or treated municipal and industrial wastes.

bi′o·fueled′ (-fyo͞old′) adj.

biofuel

(ˈbaɪəʊˌfjʊəl)
n
(Biochemistry) a gaseous, liquid, or solid substance of biological origin that is used as a fuel
Translations
biobrændsel
BiospritBiokraftstoff
agrocarburantbiocarburantbiocombustiblebiodiésel

biofuel

[ˈbaɪəʊfjʊəl] Ncombustible m biológico

biofuel

[ˈbaɪəʊfjʊəl] ncarburante m biologico
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Prior to IHS he held research, product development and business development roles at GreenFuel Technology Corporation, Trophos Energy, Valicor and Elsevier.
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As Isaac Berzin, founder of GreenFuel Technologies Corp., the first algae-to-biofuels company, says of his algal product: A leak is inevitable because "people make mistakes."
When the Cambridge, Massachusetts-based GreenFuel Technologies was founded in 2001, its claims were so overblown that they "became a joke," says Mayfield.
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A photo in IEER's executive summary shows one of GreenFuel Technologies Corporation's small-scale algae bioreactors.
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Greenfuel Technologies Corporation, a leader in the development of algae bioreactor technology for recycling CO2 in flue gases into biofuels, has signed a strategic alliance agreement with IGV, a private industrial research institute headquartered in Pottsdam, Germany.
At an experimental facility in Cambridge, Massachusetts, Greenfuel Technologies has attached a tank of algae to a power-plant smokestack.
Amid growing concern about the impacts of climate change, Melbourne-based company The Victor Smorgon Group (VSG) this year signed an exclusive licence agreement with the United States firm GreenFuel Technologies to distribute, install and operate patented algae bioreactors here in Australia.