Article - 20 Jan 2008
Biomass is defined as any organic material produced by the growth of microorganisms, plants or animals, and it can be converted into usable forms of energy.
Article - 4 Jan 2013
Increased fuel consumption and fuel costs, and depletion of traditional sources of fuel have made researchers work on alternative forms of fuels in the last decade.
Article - 20 Mar 2008
Primary challenges in the energy sector are access to energy, access to an advanced and clean energy source to replace fossil fuels, and energy security.
Article - 29 Jul 2015
Over the last 50 years there has been a 70% reduction of fuel-burn/passenger-Km, and the aviation industry continues to have a commitment to achieve further emissions reduction and production impact...
Article - 21 Nov 2012
The constantly increasing world population is increasing fuel consumption at a much faster rate than ever before. With many oil wells and coal resources depleting around the world, algae fuel seems to...
Article - 29 Jul 2014
Scientist from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE)’s Joint BioEnergy Institute (JBEI) have developed a new tool which can support the engineering of fuel crops for the production of clean, green and...
Article - 17 Dec 2013
In this interview, Juuso Konttinen, Vice President, Biochemicals, UPM, talks to AZoCleantech about renewable biomaterials for the automotive industry.
Article - 22 May 2013
Biofuels are liquid or gaseous fuels that are produced from biodegradable fractions of products, remains from agricultural production and forestry as well as biodegradable fractions of industrial and...
Article - 9 Jun 2010
The integration of on-board biotransformation for hydrogen generation, hydrogen PEM fuel cells, and an electric motor leads to an ultra-high energy efficiency power train system for personal vehicles,...
Article - 24 Dec 2007
As fossil fuel resources continue to decrease worldwide, more and more attention is being focused on harnessing power from renewable energies generated from alternative natural sources.