Fruit could make 'powerful fuel'

High cost is prohibitive making bio-fuels from fruits available for mass consumption within the next few years. But things will change. Economic necessities and sure certainty of shortages of world's finite world reserve will make it happen. Here is an excerpt from BBC:
"a simple sugar called fructose can be converted into a fuel that has many advantages over ethanol. It is called dimethylfuran - it can store 40% more energy than ethanol, does not evaporate as easily and is less volatile.

The scientists say that fructose can be obtained directly from fruits and plants or made from glucose.

But more work needs to be done to assess the environmental impact of this new fuel."

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Fruit could make 'powerful fuel'