The use of first generation biofuels has been decreasing because it interferes with food production. It uses a lot of land and resources, including water and fertilizer, to produce biomass that doesn’t translate into enough energy to make it a viable option for energy production. Second generation biofuels, however, are not food crops. They include woody biomass, grasses, and inedible parts of crops.
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