Chinese researchers studying hazelnut shell bio-oil as renewable energy source
August 26, 2021
By Canadian Biomass
Hazelnut shells are being studied by Chinese researchers for their potential as a renewable energy source.
In burning the shells, the leftover wood vinegar and tar could be considered as a potential source of renewable energy, the Journal for Renewable and Sustainable Energy reported.
The research has laid a foundation for further applications of bio-oil derived from waste hazelnut shell pyrolysis.
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