bioethanol

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bioethanol

(bī′ō-ĕth′ə-nôl′, -nōl′, -nŏl′)
n.
Ethanol produced by fermenting the sugars in biomass materials such as corn, sugar beets, switchgrass, or agricultural residues, used as a fuel in internal-combustion engines either in pure form or more often as a gasoline additive.
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The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) is preparing to build a bioenergy complex in the state of Kogi to produce 84 million litres of ethanol fuel per year and 64 MW of electricity.
Grand View said that, interview of volume, the sugar-based segment of the global ethanol fuel market was expected to rise at a mean rate of 5.
The ethanol fuel blend of E85 was selected, considering its good cold startability and improved energy content compared to E100 fuel.
Because ethanol fuel has stronger corrosive and erosive properties than gasoline, it is known to have cause degradation and damage to automobile fuel apparatuses.
Nissan Motor Company (NASDAQ: NSANY)(TYO: 7201), a Japan-based automaker, is planning to develop ethanol fuel cells for future production vehicles.
Zhao Youshan, director of the Commercial Petroleum Flow Committee under the China General Chamber of Commerce, said livestock breeders in China are facing feed shortages as ethanol fuel makers--prompted by government subsidies--have rushed to buy corn.
Compared to the overall size of its fuel sector, Sweden thus still is spearheading the relative ethanol fuel consumption," eBio said in a statement.
During the meeting, Gadella referred to his country's capabilities in producing ethanol fuel from cane, and said Brazil is ready to cooperate with Iran in this and other fields of technology, including oil, gas, nanotechnology, microelectronics, information technology and biotechnology.
Government has announced to sell out ethanol fuel at cheaper rate by Rs 2.
The city will then purchase the wood-based ethanol fuel for its fleet of 183 cars currently operating on corn-based ethanol and 160 on bio-diesel, as well as lawn mowers and heavy equipment.
Rawls conceded that ethanol fuel does not get quite as many miles per gallon.