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Title :
World Biofuel Day
Objective :
To create awareness about the importance of non-fossil fuels as an alternative to conventional fossil fuels and to highlight the various efforts made by the Government in the biofuel sector.
Colour Scheme :
Sky shades; for clear sky & less pollution.
Focus I :
Showcasing the process of Bio-fuel, from Plants to Pump.
Focus II :
The tagline "Go Organic". As we all consider having organic food products are always beneficial to body in comparision to conventional food products, similarly using organic fuel (Bio-fuel) is good for a better & disease-free living; also it will keep all living beings, environment, the Earth & our future generation safe!
Misc. :
India is the third largest consumer of energy in the world after China and the USA. Currently, the country is dependent on imports for about 82.1 per cent of its crude oil requirement and to the extent of about 44.4 per cent in case of natural gas.
Date :
10th August
Related to :
To create awareness about non fossil-fuels (Green Fuels or Bio-fuels). Bio-fuels are renewable, bio-degradable, sustainable and environment friendly fuel. It can be seen as alternative to conventional fossil fuels.
Connect Date :
10 August 2015
Connect Place :
Special 1 :
Biofuels can work as an alternative to replacing energy needs from vehicle fuel to central home heating. A short list of ways to use Biofuel in future; 1. Transportation (Vehicles, etc.) 2. Energy Generation (Electricity, etc.) 3. In Heaters 4. Charging Electronics 5. Clean Oil Spills and Grease 6. Cooking 7. Engine Lubricants 8. Remove Paints & Adhesives 9. In creating energy when fossil fuel runs out 10. Reduce cost and need for imported oil.
Special 2 :
The Biofuel can regrow quickly, the fuel is generally considered to be a form of renewable energy.
More Info :
The most widely used liquid biofuels for transport are ethanol and biodiesel. Ethanol is a type of alcohol that can be produced using any feedstock containing significant amounts of sugar, such as sugar cane or sugar beet, or starch, such as maize and wheat. Diesel engines can also run on vegetable oils and animal fats, for instance used cooking oils from restaurants and fat from meat processing industries.
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