Biofuels

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What is a biofuel?
A biofuel is fuel obtained from a grown crop.
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What is an example of a biofuel?
An example of a biofuel is ethanol from sugar cane.
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What are some advantages of biofuels?
Advantages of Biofuels include: Cheaper than Diesel, Carbon Neutral, uses products otherwise wasted, Power Stations can also supply hot water, Plant oils transfer large amounts of energy when they burn.
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What are some disadvantages of biofuels?
Disadvantages of biofiuels: Palm Oil companies evict citizens, Oxide and Nitrogen emission (causes lung disease or worsens asthma), Power Stations ugly to look at (visual pollution)
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What is carbon neutral?
Carbon Neutral is when overall co2 levels do not change.
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