Is Biofuel Renewable? The Ongoing Debate

Biofuels are made from organic matter, which is either directly farmed for biofuel production or collected from biomass waste. This makes biofuels renewable. Additionally, plant growth and combustion are carbon neutral. However, biofuel production requires many outside inputs that release carbon dioxide and impact the environment. Will biofuels play an important role in the world's energy transition?

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