The world has been depending on non –renewable diesel and gasoline for its transportation needs for many years. While new sources of crude oil are being discovered every other day, experts feel that even this would not be enough to meet the growing demands for the same. As such, many countries around the world have started shifting their attention to alternative sources of energy which are renewable, affordable and eco-friendly. Enter biofuels, the best considered answer to all these questions.
When we use oil as a major fuel in almost all fuel-based equipment and machinery, it causes extreme harm to the environment. Oil and similar traditional fuel sources generate carbon monoxide and other harmful gases when used in vehicles and machines. This is slowly damaging our natural resources and ecology. Thus, it is critical to find such alternative sources that can replace oil but still provide high efficiency. In modern times, people have been searching for similar fuel sources. A newly found option is to use biofuels in place of oil.
Charles Anderson is the president and founder of Golden Fuel Systems. Andrew was born to a family of anglers, ranches and land surveyors in Alaska. He was mostly home schooled and never went to college and the frontier lifestyle of his family taught him self-reliance.
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The fuel made from biomass (plants or plant-derived materials) is known as biofuel. As oil prices have constantly been increasing and there is need for energy security, people have started turning toward biofuel sources that are greener and cheaper. In fact, they have found ways to produce biofuel, especially biodiesel at home. Let’s see what some of these homely methods toward biofuel production are.