“Conventional insights offered by research on biofuels convey that efficiency of carbon is the most effective strategy for producing better biofuel. According to scientists, the production efficiency is directly proportional to number of carbon from crops which get utilized for making biofuel. But getting more carbon in biofuel may not be the defining point. According to recent study by researchers at the University of Wisconsin–Madison and the Great Lakes Bioenergy Research Center (GLBRC), the quality of the biofuel and energy needed to produce them are equally important factors in deciding better next-generation biofuel strategies.”
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