Biodiesel and Bioethanol

Biodiesel fuel is produced from extruded rapeseed
Biodiesel fuel is produced from extruded rapeseed

 

Maize is used for the production of bioethanol
Maize is used for the production of bioethanol

 

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Straw may also be used for bioethanol production

 

As due to increased energy consumption by various vehicles, the amount of fossil fuel sources is decreasing as well as due to the increasing environmental awareness, the relevant legal provisions have become more stringent, many alternative energy carriers had to be used thus replacing/substituting/supporting the use of conventional fuels.

As a result of the above, the following types of biomasses are used for the fuelling of various vehicles:

Biodiesel

Biodiesel is produced from plants with high oil content (e.g.: rapeseeds and sunflower seeds). As a result of simple chemical treatment biodiesel, similar to the diesel oil, is gained.

Bioethanol

Bioethanol is produced from ethanol gained from plants with high sugar content (sugar beets), high starch content (maize, potatoes and wheat) or high cellulose content (straw, wood, reed and miscanthus).

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