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Biofuel

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Nala Pappy

on 17 January 2014

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Transcript of Biofuel

Bio Fuels

What Are Bio
Fuels?


Where they're used
-In Finland over 19% of the energy are obtained from bio fuels
-Brazil and the USA are the world's largest producers of bio fuels
Environmental Impacts

-Bio fuels emit more nitrous oxide
-Emits less hydro carbon so that air pollution is 50% less than other diesels
-Releases less carbon dioxide
What they're made of :

-Alternative form of energy that is made from plants and animal fats

-Fuels that power cars, and heat homes.
- Wheat, corn, sugarcane, soy beans and switchgrass
- They use the dissolved sugars and carbohydrates in the making of bio fuels
- They also use the oils from plants to make bio fuels

Economical Impacts

-Cost of bio fuels are about 8.2 cents/mile
-Goes 37 miles in the city and 45 on the highway (per gallon)
-Costs the same amount as oil fuels to heat your home

Interesting Facts!
-In 1990, Henry Ford created a fuel
made from peanut oil
-Bio fuels from algae are growing more and more
popular
-Bio fuels are becoming more used because of the
rising oil prices
Why Choose Bio Fuels?
-Emits less carbon dioxide decreasing global warming
-Costs about the same amount and goes further than vehicles with other fuels
-They're renewable
Thank You For
Watching! :D
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