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Biofuel is a renewable energy source made available from materials derived from recently living organisms, which includes plants, animals and their byproducts.
The term covers Solid Biomass, liquid fuels and various biogases.

Solid biomass
Besides being the most commonly used renewable energy, the use of solid biomass to generate energy has a long, global tradition. Solid biomass includes all
kinds of dry or dried plant material such as timber, wood pellets, wood bricks, wood chips, stalk material (straw and straw pellets), cocoa-bean shells, cherry
stones, rice husks, etc.

Our german partner companies offer many years of proven and reliable technology for the production of biofuels. Their expertise and experience also enable them
to cover all aspects of the value added chain. They construct systems around the world for the production of biodiesel, bioethanol and biogas, which can be
processed to natural gas quality. These companies are also actively pioneering research and development into alternative fuels.

In recent decades, the combustion of biogas, produced by fermenting biomass, to generate electricity in combined heat and power stations has expanded to
become an independent sector within the fast-growing bioenergy industry. Biogas can be obtained from various sources such as organic waste from landfill sites (landfill gas), municipal wastewater (sewage gas), and industrial/commercial /domestic organic waste as well as from agricultural waste materials and energy crops.

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