A recent report published in the journal 'Global Change Biology Bioenergy' has found that the Agave plant (which is used to make Tequila) could prove to be a fantastic source of biofuel.
What makes this discovery particularly exciting is that the 'Global Change Biology Bioenergy' report found that Agave biofuel would be far superior to more traditional biofuel sources such as corn, wheat, soybean, and sorghum. This is especially exciting because the Agave plant can be grown in Mexico, Africa and Australia without great cost which means it could very likely become a strong answer to the world's reliance on traditional fossil fuels.
A Global Change Biology Bioenergy Report Unveils an Amazing Biofuel Source
1. Agave Plant Biofuel - Opportunity to disrupt the biofuel industry with a cheaper and more efficient source of biofuel found in the Agave plant, which can be grown in Mexico, Africa, and Australia without significant cost.
2. Tequila Residue Utilization - Innovative opportunity to transform Tequila production waste into biofuels, which could increase the profit margins for Tequila distillers and decrease waste.
3. Sustainable Bioenergy - Opportunity to promote sustainable bioenergy practices and decrease reliance on traditional fossil fuels, with the potential to reduce carbon dioxide emission levels.
1. Biofuel Industry - Potential for the Agave plant to disrupt the biofuel industry and replace traditional biofuel sources such as corn, wheat, soybean, and sorghum.
2. Tequila Distillers - Opportunity for Tequila distillers to increase their profit margins and reduce waste by utilizing Tequila production residue for biofuel production.
3. Renewable Energy Industry - Opportunity for the renewable energy industry to utilize Agave biofuel and promote sustainable energy practices that reduce carbon emissions.