Blending rapeseed oil with diesel results in a biodisel 20.3% cheaper than diesel fuel

With the availabe rapeseed producing field data costs and the volume of biofuel consumed to date we have estimated that the biofuel consumed is 20.3% cheaper than conventional diesel. With this information we estimate that we have managed to save 656€ so far in this trial. In addition, using this biofuel resulted in a 16.1% CO2 equivalents emissions reduction. Therefore, the use of rapeseed oil as biofuel blended with diesel could result in both an improvement of farm income and a reduction of  of greenhouse gases emissions associated with farming activities.

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