Umer Khayyam & Tehzeeb Bano offer a nice view and analysis of a very interesting initiative.
With biofuels replacing non-renewable energy sources including petroleum products, coal, etc, the creation of biofuel feedstock from forest and agriculture has been considered as a long-term source of energy.
The shift to biofuels and further research and development work remains a subject matter that is indeed linked to factors like increase in oil costs alongside growing concern over carbon dioxide discharge, environmental degradation, global warming and climate change.
“A very insightful and forward thinking solution that needs to be put into play.”
– Ray Dean