When was the first biofuel created?



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    Technically speaking, wood is a solid biofuel, and thereby the first biofuel discovered by man (a very long time ago). Rudolf Diesel designed the first “diesel” engine to run on peanut oil. Likely the earliest use of biofuels as we know them was by George Washington Carver, who developed clean-burning fuels from peanuts and soybeans around the turn of the century.

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