Biofuels: Sustainable Energy in the 21st Century
Biofuels are a much-needed sustainable energy source. Readers are introduced to this great source, which is plant and animal waste. Biofuel options, including biogas, ethanol, and biodiesel are fully explored. Related issues are also discussed, such as social and economic costs.
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