Biofuels Now a Part of the Energy Mix

[Kyodo News] Japan is finally awakening to the potential of biomass fuels, such as gasoline mixed with ethanol, which is widely used in Brazil and the United States, and diesel fuel made from used cooking oil. Because such fuels help ease dependence on fossil fuels and reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and both the government and industry are now working to devise ways to convert the many agricultural products grown domestically into biomass fuels at low cost. For the full story, use the following link.
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