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Today’s Alternative Fuel Choices: Biofuels

Not only do burn cleaner to reduce emissions, but some are also renewable, unlike fossil fuels, which means that we could develop a of them. Alternative fuels in use today include ethanol, biodiesel, methanol, natural gas, propane, and hydrogen.

are renewable, because they are produced from biomass-organic materials such as plants. What they generate roughly the same amount of carbon dioxide (a ) from the exhaust, such as fossil fuels, but the plants are grown for the production of , actually, the elimination of carbon dioxide emissions of. Hence, the net emission of carbon dioxide will be close to zero.