Worldwide, most biofuel is made from crop plants – rapeseed (canola), African Palm, soybean. We look for crops and planting schemes that have good effects, not bad ones – like planting macaúba, a native Brazilian tree, on degraded land that allows intercropping with food plants. https://t.co/hCx1AmqOEr
Collecting the oil and converting it to sustainable fuel is the most responsible way to deal with it, keeping people healthy and the environment clean as well as saving carbon.🍳♻️
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Green Fuels Research is pleased to announce that its FIREFLY project has been selected as one of eight industry-led projects shortlisted to receive a share of £15 million in the Department for Transport’s Green Fuels, Green Skies competition.
There are more than 50,000 cargo ships in the world, and around the same number of large passenger aircraft. Renewable fuels should, ideally, be “drop-in – meaning that they can be used in existing engines without modification, and can be blended with fossil fuel where necessary. https://t.co/3KJe00kxhO
Based on our experience we have developed systems that can convert a wide spectrum of feedstocks into the highest quality fuel exceeding international standards (ASTM6751 and EN14214).
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We are combating climate change with our renewable and circular solutions. Climate change will likely be the defining challenge of our generation and our children’s, and we believe we have a duty to act. We are engaged in combat against climate change.