How Do Biofuels Work?


Biofuels work by using organic materials such as corn and algae and converting them into fuel. For example, the corn is processed to get ethanol, and the resulting ethanol can be used to fuel diesel engines.
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Biofuels are made from the same thing fossil fuels are made from, dead organic matter. They work exactly like fossil fuels, meaning they are burned to make heat, and sometimes that heat is used to make electricity. The difference is with biofuels we produce the fuel we use and we can reproduce it over and over. Fossil fuels were made million of years ago, and we have a finite supply. You can find more information here:
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