How can second and third generation biofuels be made more commercially viable?
Third generation biofuels are typically biofuels (ethanol, biodiesel or other biofuels) derived from biomass such as algae. They could also refer to the use of diverse agricultural and plant waste to make biofuels through gasification and the subsequent use of syngas. While the third generation biofuels bring about the benefit of higher feedstock sustainability, they suffer from significant technological (immature and uncertain technology) and economic (very high cost) bottlenecks. What are the
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