BENEFITS OF BIODIESEL PART 1:
Updated: Aug 30
The Most Diverse Fuel on the Planet
Biodiesel is manufactured using a variety of feedstocks such as soybean oil, animal fats, and leftover cooking oil. Biodiesel is a suitable advanced biofuel because of its potential to discover new uses for fats and oils, cutting emissions by more than 50% when compared to petroleum. It also stimulates research and development for novel feedstocks. Next-generation feedstocks such as camelina and pennycress may assist meet our country's energy needs in the future.