AMERICANS ON PLANE tested clean biomass

November 7. U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) and the National Research Council of Canada (NRC) conducted joint tests jet Dassault Falcon 20 to 100 per cent biofuel. It is reported by Jane’s.   Tests were held on 29 October but was known about them only at the moment. As the newspaper notes, hitherto planes, which are experiencing other fuels refueled ordinary consistency and biofuels (usually in a ratio of one to one).   According to Jane’s, biofuels badged ReadiJet was granted by order of the U.S. Air Force companies Applied Research Associates (ARA) and Chevron Lummus Global (CLG).

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Denmark ahead of Sweden Procurement Russian pellets

More than 200,000 tons of wood pellets exported from Russia to Denmark for 6 months in 2012. Sweden imported just under 200,000 tons of wood pellets in the same period.

After Denmark and Sweden is by far Switzerland. This country has bought in Russia from January to July mene almost 15,000 tonnes of biofuel in the form of pellets. Russian import pellets and Belgium (12 tonnes for 6 months), the island of St Helena, Poland, Young Korea, the Netherlands, Germany, Finland and Iceland. In general, from Russia to Europe every year comes about 1 million tons pellets. This product comes

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Jatropha is the most efficient source of biofuel

Management of the investment bank Goldman Sachs believes that jatropha is a prime candidate for large-scale production of biodiesel. According to recent research from one hectare of jatropha can produce 15 tons of biodiesel annually. Thus, this seems to be a useless weed as an alternative source of energy able to surpass even corn. In addition, jatropha can be grown under conditions that are unsuitable for crops. This means that the food security of developing countries on this is not affected.

Toxic, but eco-friendly?

Jatropha — a plant, a natural area which is

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Denmark ahead of Sweden Procurement Russian pellets

More than 200,000 tons of wood pellets exported from Russia to Denmark for 6 months in 2012. Sweden imported just under 200,000 tons of wood pellets in the same period.

After Denmark and Sweden is by far Switzerland. This country has bought in Russia from January to July mene almost 15,000 tonnes of biofuel in the form of pellets. Russian import pellets and Belgium (12 tonnes for 6 months), the island of St Helena, Poland, Young Korea, the Netherlands, Germany, Finland and Iceland. In general, from Russia to Europe every year comes about 1 million tons pellets. This product comes

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