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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.
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biofuel

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

biofuel

[ˈbaɪəʊfjʊəl] Ncombustible m biológico
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biofuel

[ˈbaɪəʊfjʊəl] ncarburante m biologico
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To outline the chemistry of making fuel from biological sources, chemists and chemical engineers discuss biofuels from renewable and alternative feedstock and green processes; biofuel chemistry and process intensification; biofuels from microalgae and other waste sources and biorefinery concepts; and energy balance, techno-economics, and life-cycle inventories.
by Maqsood Maniyar / [email protected] The Sultanate, with its wadis and seas, is an excellent source of algae that can be cultivated for lipids or fats from which biofuel can then be derived.
Members of the European Parliament have rejected an attempt to phase out support for crop-based biofuels. So what's next in the food versus fuel debate?After years of controversy surround the European Union's financial support for using palm oil as biofuel in cars, last week's news that the European Parliament has voted to ban such subsidies seemed like welcome news.
Summary: New Delhi [India], Aug 10 (ANI): The Government of India on Thursday celebrated World Biofuel Day by announcing to introduce biofuel policies and incentives for a pollution free environment.
[USPRwire, Mon Aug 29 2016] Complete Global and Chinese Biofuel Energy Industry, 2016 Market Research Report with 150 pages, 11 chapters and 98 List of figures, 8 Company Profile Available for US $2800 at ReportsnReports.com.
When most people hear the word biofuel, they tend to think of a fuel that is partly derived from biological matter - as opposed to fossil fuels - and is less polluting than gasoline.
HYDROCARBON FUEL is obtained directly or indirectly from living organic matter in a short period of time (days, months or even years) is called biofuel. It is also known as agri-fuel.
Bulgariaas National Audit Office has cautioned in a report that the country is falling to meet biofuel production and use targets.
In Brief: Boeing and research partners in the United Arab Emirates have made breakthroughs in sustainable aviation biofuel development, finding that desert plants fed by seawater can produce biofuel more efficiently than other well-known feedstocks.