fuel source

fuel source

(fū′ĕl) [ME. feuel]
A flammable substance that provides energy.
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The group in currently working on two preliminary sustainability research projects, one of which involves an investigation into Jatropha curcas as a sustainable fuel source and the other which is researching algae and the associated fuel production processes.
A test burn conducted last month was designed to determine the feasibility of-using those shells as a fuel source.
I attribute this improvement to the additional fuel source provided by the dextrose.
(Prairie Lands) to assess ways to create a commercially viable market for switchgrass or other similar agriculturally based products to serve as a fuel source for up to 10 percent of the power for the proposed 630 megawatt Sutherland Generating Station Unit 4 in Marshalltown, Iowa.
John Lynch has signed a bill into law permanently banning the burning of wood from construction and demolition debris streams as a fuel source in the state.
A NEW way to split carbon dioxide could allow us to use carbon from the atmosphere as a fuel source just like plants.
Oregonians should also question whether biomass from natural and native forests is a `green' or `renewable' fuel source. Biomass fuel sources - like fuels garnered from agricultural and orchard waste, landfill biomass decomposition, wastewater treatment, animal manure and urban wood waste - may be acceptable as renewable biomass fuel sources.
The new fuel cell cartridge patent continues DMFCC's focus of producing methanol fuel cartridges as a fuel source for fuel cell-powered laptops, mobile phones and other mobile devices, according to the company.
The discovery of coal as a fuel source did a great deal to conserve Britain's remaining woodland.
Where there's smoke, there's fire, but in the olden days, one had to have a renewable fuel source, such as wood, to keep the stove going.
We just feed in a fuel source and actuation occurs" he says.
CONTEXT: Biomass serves as a major fuel source for > 50% of the world's population.