Pacific Tiny Island Nations Affected By Rising Seas Vowed To Replace Dirty Energy With Clean Sources

Using coconut biofuel and solar panels, Tokelaua territory of New Zealand in the South Pacific Ocean which consists of three islands of Atafu, Nukunonu and Fakaofu, half way between New Zealand and Hawaii, plans to become self-sufficient in energy this year.

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Does Biofuel Production Cause More Carbon Emissions Than Fossil Fuel?

With petroleum prices rising above the US$ 100 a barrel the demand for biofuel has reached sky high as the European Union (EU) anticipated to double biofuel consumption by year 2020.

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Agricultural Wastes As Potential Sources Of Biofuel

A small Philadelphia company, BlackGold Biofuel has developed a process for making biodiesel fuel out of a wide range of nonedible fats, oils and greases.

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Ethanol From Sweet Sorghum – Source Of Biofuel, A Promising Money Maker

The project to produce ethanol from sweet sorghum undertaken by the International Crops Research for the Semi-Arid Tropics (ICRISAT) and Rusni Distilleries, both of India had achieved a breakthrough in their first production of ethanol flowing out the distillery.

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