Biofuels are energy sources produced from living things or their wasters. Biofuels is a broad term covering any biomass sources used to generate fuel and includes such products as biodiesel and ethanol. It is considered a renewable energy source because its components can be regrown and harvested on an on-going basis.

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Biofuel Basics – Department of Energy

Biofuel Facts for the Road – Department of Energy

What Are Biofuels? – Cornell University

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