I’d say the most popular alternative fuels in the next decade will probably be the types of alternative fuel that were most popular over the last decade. Blends of biodiesel, i.e., diesel fuel combined with cooking oils, or maybe even fuel made from carbon dioxide by algae farms will gain popularity over the coming years. The citations I added are basically links that have more info about these fuels.
Sadly, letusgambol is right: popular bio-fuels, derived from agricultural products that have strong business interests behind them, have already cornered the market on alternative fuels, and will likely retain their hold.
However, this does not mean that they are the best bio-fuels out there. They leave an enormous carbon footprint and encourage mono-cropping for fuel, instead of eco-friendly farming that feeds people. The best bio-fuel for automobiles might be methane derived from digested organic waste, which has nearly zero carbon footprint and can be made anywhere. See the link below for more information.
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