Renewable fuels are power-producing fuels that are derived from renewable resources. The following two reports take a closer look at the renewable fuel market and where it's headed.
There's been a growing focus on using clean and renewable sources of energy in recent years. While traditional fossil fuels aren't yet obsolete, many governments and private organizations are pushing for alternative fuels, specifically those made of renewable sources.
Earth has a finite and limited supply of fossil fuels. According to current estimates, we'll deplete our planet's fossil fuels by 2088, at which point we'll have to look towards other sources of power.
Thankfully, though, alternative energy is already here in the form of renewable fuels. These fuels work in the same way as traditional fossil fuels, but they come from renewable sources. This means we can continue producing renewable fuels, which is in stark contrast to fossil fuels that cannot be reproduced. If you're interested in learning more about the renewable fuel market and where it's headed, check out the following two reports cited below.
The Global Renewable Fuel Industry Market Research 2017 report by The Market Reports is a comprehensive study of the global renewable fuel market. It explores the global renewable fuel market from all angles, revealing key information such as trends, market drivers, prices, cost, challenges, import and export consumption and more. Some of the most common types of renewable fuels include vegetable oil, ethanol and biodiesel.
Neste Oil, Reg, Cargill, Darling Ingredients Inc, Eco Erneuerbare Energien Gmbh, Renewable Biofuels, Inc, Archer Daniels Midland, Louis Dreyfus Commodities, Delta Fuel Company, Pacific Biodiesel, Hero Bx, Ag Processing Inc, Baker Commodities Los Angeles, Bay and others.
The Global Biofuels Market Research 2017 report by The Market Reports is a second study of the global renewable fuels market, though it focuses specifically on biofuels. As the name suggests, biofuels are made from "biological" matter, such as corn and other plants. This makes them a cleaner alternative to traditional fossil fuels, and as such, biofuels are considered to be a type of renewable fuel.
While this report covers the entire global market for biofuels, it focuses specifically on regions in which biofuels are heavily produced and consumed, including North America, Europe, China, Japan, Southeast Asia and India. In addition to geographic region, the report also segments the biofuels market by end-user application and product type. On the basis of product type, the market is segmented into industrial fuels, transportation fuels and chemical industry. On the basis of end-user application, the market is segmented by bioethanol and biodiesel. Each segment is thoroughly scrutinized.
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