Biodiesel

Biofuels have been around since the early 1900s. In fact, Henry Ford’s Model T was designed to run on Hemp-derived biofuel. Biofuels were trumped as primary energy commodity by the discovery of initially cheap and seemingly ubiquitous fossil fuels. However this decision has proved short-sighted and the most environmentally costly in the history of mankind (biofuel.org.uk). It remains to be seen as to what is the standout alternative energy resource, but it is clear that renewable forms are on the forefront. Recent revisitation of biofuels remind us that they are strikingly cleaner and safer just to mention a few of the merits. Indeed Biofuels have their drawbacks, especially with regard to large scale land usage. However, here at Green School Biofuel has shown to be an outstanding solution to local issues of transportation, waste and education.