Biogasoline can be used in internal-combustion engines just like petroleum-based gasoline – but instead of oil, it uses biomass (like algae) as its building blocks. The Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007 requires that 36 billion gallons of biofuel be produced annually by 2022. As opposed to ethanol, a chemically dissimilar product, biofuels like biogasoline can be used as an immediate substitute for ‘normal’ gas in vehicles.
Biogasoline is a gasoline produced from biomass such as algae, crops, and animal fats. It is chemically different from the gasoline you know today, which is alcohol. Biogasoline is actually hyrdrocarbons. It is very similar to gasoline and 100% biogasoline will actually work in a modern gasoline engine as a drop-in substitute for petroleum gasoline.
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