New liquid fuels – out of biomass and waste?

#FutureFuels – part 2

The future of oil heating systems in Europe are new liquid fuels with reduced greenhouse gas footprint. Their production is being intensively researched. While the raw materials for these new liquid fuels can vary, they have one thing in common: they do not compete with food production. This second edition of our weekly articles on #FutureFuels is about synthetically produced fuels from biomass (Biomass-to-Liquid, BtL) and waste (Waste-to-Liquid, WtL).


(Source: OWI; graph: IWO / Eurofuel)


Other #FutureFuels articles

Part 1: What future liquid fuels to heat our homes?

Part 3: New liquid fuels... out of the sunshine? 

Part 4: New liquid fuels... out of algae? 

Part 5: Future fuels: Climate friendly... and affordable?

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