Saturday, January 7, 2012

[biofuelwatch] Kilimanjaro jatropha

Kilimanjaro Bio Fuels developing aviation biofuel from jatropha, has identified the economic development zone at Kilimanjaro Airport as `the most ideal location for process and refinery technology in East Africa', establishing a jatropha Centre of Excellence and extension of the plant species throughout the Kilimanjaro region to provide oil for processing. Envisaged as model for similar facilities around the world, refineries linked to main airports in Africa, Indonesia, India, South America and islands in the Caribbean and Indian oceans.

Jatropha was being grown around the airprot in 2007 but I've no idea how that turned out


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Biofuels are a wide range of fuels which are in some way derived from biomass.

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