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Bio-fuel

Fuel such as methane produced from renewable resources, especially plant biomass and treated municipal and industrial wastes.
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The Biofuel Energy market analysis is provided for the international market including development history, competitive landscape analysis, and major regions' development status.
This article takes a political economic approach to identifying some of the key factors in the formulation of biofuel policies in the United States, the European Union (EU), and Brazil.
The latter are big producers of biodiesel - a biofuel that would probably be most penalised by the inclusion of ILUC measures.
As land becomes increasingly scarce due to demand for more biofuel crops, food prices rise which hits the poorest hardest.
To do away with this problem, the European Commission published Wednesday a proposal to to limit global land conversion for biofuel production, and raise the climate benefits of biofuels used in the EU.
This would be a three-fold increase compared with now, but biofuel yields could increase by a factor of 10 through the use of wastes and residues and more productive crops and processes.
com has announced the addition of Visiongain's new report "The Biofuels Market 2010-2020" to their collection of Biodiesel & Biofuels market reports.
While these countries present a significant potential for being a substantial biofuel producer, biofuel production is still lagging behind much of the rest of Europe.
This is despite the efforts of UK biofuel companies, which clearly have done well with regard to sustainability.
The company's proprietary technology provides for the manufacture of alternative biofuel from vegetable oils and animal fats.
The target will trigger amassive land grab for biofuel production in developing countries.