"The diesel engine can be fed with vegetable oils
Rudolf Diesel, inventor of the Diesel engine, 1911
Biodiesel: a sustainable, affordable and easy to use fuel
Biodiesel is a liquid fuel made out of processed vegetable or animal oil. Depending on local conditions, it is primarily processed from canola oil, soybean oil, palm oil, jatropha oil, coconut oil, waste vegetable oil and chicken tallow. In South East Asia, the most promising crops are jatropha and oilpalm.
Unlike other alternative energies, biodiesel relies on mature technologies (both agricultural and chemical). The capital and operating costs of biodiesel processing are low; plant oil can be sourced or grown in a very competitive way in South East Asia. Given these conditions, and through sound project management, biodiesel can today be marketed at a lower price than petroleum diesel.
The technology is in place; the land and labor are in place; national energy policies are in place; the market is in place. Now is the time to move in!
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