efficiency, emissions, mechanical problems, economic feasibility, sustainability, environmental sustainability, alternative energy sources, infrastructure, innovations, strategies, sustainable development


This article presents current directions and methods of modernization of the energy sector using biofuel as an environmentally sustainable and sustainable energy source. At the beginning of the article, a generalized description of the problem of dependence of many countries on traditional petroleum fuels and its impact on energy security is given.

The article analyzes the results of scientific research on the use of biofuels for diesel generators, including efficiency, pollutant emissions, mechanical problems, economic feasibility and its impact on agriculture.

Further, the article offers specific directions for the modernization of the energy sector, in particular, the optimization of diesel engine settings and fuel mixtures to achieve optimal efficiency and reduce emissions. The prospects of using biofuels in combination with other alternative energy sources, such as sunflower energy and wind energy, are also highlighted.

The use of traditional petroleum fuels in the energy sector is accompanied by problems of import dependence and harmful effects on the environment. In this regard, the article examines the current approach to the modernization of the energy sector using biofuel as an environmentally sustainable and sustainable energy source.

First, the article briefly characterizes the problem of dependence of many countries on imported petroleum fuels, highlights the negative consequences of this phenomenon for energy security and economic stability.

Next, the results of scientific research on the use of biofuel for diesel generators are analyzed. The authors pay attention to the efficiency of biofuel use, emissions of pollutants, possible mechanical problems and the economic feasibility of its use.

In addition, the article draws attention to the importance of creating an appropriate infrastructure for the production, storage and supply of biofuel, as well as the development of innovative technologies to increase the efficiency of its use.

The general result of the study is the presentation of information and analysis that will help to take into account the advantages and challenges of using biofuels in the energy sector when forming energy modernization strategies in the context of sustainable development and reducing the impact on the environment. The proposed directions and methods will create a basis for the development of effective solutions in the field of energy, contributing to ensuring the sustainability and ecological purity of energy processes.

Author Biographies

PhD. Serhii Burlaka, Vinnytsia National Agrarian University

Senior Lecturer in Faculty of Engineering and Technology

M.Sc Tetiana Boretska, Vinnytsia National Agrarian University

Master of Faculty of Engineering and Technology

Assoc. Prof. Ihor Kupchuk, Vinnytsia National Agrarian University

PhD of Engineering, Associate Professor, Deputy Dean for Science Faculty of Engineering and Technology


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