Wood is a carbon neutral fuel that is greener and more sustainable than any other form of non-renewable fuel.
What does CNF stand for?
CNF stands for Carbon Neutral Fuel (energy)
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We have 72 other meanings of CNF in our Acronym Attic
- Centre National Pour l'Exploitation des Oceans (France)
- Belo Horizonte /Belo Horizon, Minas Gerais, Brazil Aeropuerto Internacional Tancredo Neves (Airport Code)
- California Nigerian Forum
- California Nurses Foundation (Oakland, California)
- Cámara Nacional Forestal
- Canadian Nature Federation
- Canadian Neutron Facility (proposed replacement reactor for the NRU research reactor in Chalk River Ontario)
- Canadian Nurses Foundation
- Canadian Nutrient File
- Carbon Nanofiber (composite)
- Cellulose Nanofiber
- Central Neutralization Facility
- Cercle Nautique de France
- Certificat de Nationalité Française (French: Certificate of French Nationality)
- Championnat National Français (French: French National Championships; gaming)
- Child Neurology Foundation
- Chin National Front (Burma)
- Chippewa National Forest (Minnesota)
- Chomsky Normal Form (formal language theory)
- Chugach National Forest (US Forest Service)
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Nic Snell, Chair of Woodfuel Wales said: "Wood is a carbon neutral fuel that is greener and more sustainable than any other form of non-renewable fuel.
Biomass is a carbon neutral fuel burning plant material - the CO2 it emits when burnt is the same amount as when it grew therefore the effect to the planet is neutral.
Dr Powell added: "In addition to carbon capture, the biomass produced from the process could yield an economic and sustainable feedstock, suitable for energy production and a potential alternative to carbon neutral fuels such as wood.
Low-carbon and energy research is also cross-School within the University and an EU grant for more than pounds 2m was recently awarded to the School of Engineering in conjunction with the Centre for Sustainable Aquaculture to investigate the technology of large-scale production of algae as a biorefinery for sourcing carbon neutral fuels, chemicals feeds, and energy in marine and freshwater environments.
This is a major project for us and for Wales because biomass is a carbon neutral fuel with huge potential for both energy generation and the domestic forestry and timber industries.