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Biofuels

Biofuels encompass a variety of fuels that are, in some way, created from renewable energy sources (called biomass). Ethanol, which is derived from corn, is a biofuel.  Biodiesel, made from vegetable oils or recycled greases, is a biofuel. Experiments have been conducted on algae, solid waste, and animal fats, among others.  Biofuels can be used alone to power vehicles, but they're most often used as additives.

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