Second Generation biofuels (which endevour to get biodiesel from crops that can’t be used for food, or from husks and plant waste) are still a few years away, but both Finland’s Neste Oil and Germany’s Choren Oil, as well as companies in Canada and the US, are racing closer to actually unveiling commercial plants to produce the much desired biodiesel, which is much cleaner than regular biodiesel and doesn’t require turning food crops into oil.
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