It is nothing more than ethanol (i.e. an alcohol) produced with the fermentation of biomass (agricultural products rich in sugar such as cereals, pomace and starchy products).

In the energy field it is used as a component of gasoline and in recent years it has found space as a fuel for biofireplaces thanks to its heating power and to the fact that it allows combustion without fumes and ashes, avoiding emissions harmful to humans (it emits only water vapor and anhydride carbon dioxide, it will therefore be sufficient to ventilate the premises after use).



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