There isn’t any surprise whenever a new study of improving the efficiency of fuel consumption, finding alternatives to fuel and improving fuel composition is published. This is due to the knowing that the fossil fuels are starting to become depleted.
Production of electricity has seen different renewable energy options that replace or complement existing fossil-fuel powered generators- such a trend that is slowly creeping its way to automobiles and handheld gadgets.
This time around, a study has been made in production of isobutanol from decaying grass. Yes, you read that right: decaying grass. It is better than the commonly used biofuel that is ethanol since it can be obtained from such raw materials that do not need fertilizers (like the ones needed for corn).
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