Posts tagged with the keyword: ‘biodiesel energy’

Biofuel News: The New Role of Microbes in Bio-Fuel Production

Biofuel News: The New Role of Microbes in Bio-Fuel Production

Currently biofuel is produced from plants as well as microbes. The oils, carbohydrates or fats generated by the microbes or plants are refined to produce biofuel. This is a green and renewable energy that helps in conserving fossil-fuel usage. But a new research has led to a new discovery of getting the microbes to produce [...]

KLA: Rail Company Testing Biodiesel Made From Beef Tallow

KLA: Rail Company Testing Biodiesel Made From Beef Tallow

Amtrak and the Oklahoma and Texas state transportation departments are cooperating on the nation’s first-ever test of biodiesel containing beef by-products to power a passenger train. The biodiesel blend, consisting of 80% conventional diesel and 20% biofuel, will be used in the Heartland Flyer train operated by Amtrak. Previous locomotive engine studies have shown using [...]


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