In the context of fossil fuel sources are gradually depleted, production and use of biofuels has become a popular trend in the world. In Vietnam, the development of biofuel production and use has been implemented since 2018. However, in order for this fuel to be widely used to contribute to environmental protection, there are still many obstacles.Among the alternative energy sources currently in use (wind, solar and nuclear energy), bioenergy is an inevitable development trend, especially in agricultural countries and imported. fuel, due to its benefits: production technology is not too complicated, utilizing local raw materials, increasing agricultural economic efficiency, without changing engine structure as well as lower facilities Existing floors and competitive prices compared to gasoline.Increasing the use of biofuels is not only about protecting the environment but also contributing to the positive transformation of the lives of people in remote areas of the country.
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