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At first glance, renewable fuels are attractive from an environmental and sustainability perspective and cogent arguments have been made that such considerations justify the generous tax remission protocols necessary to commercialize these products. For example, the use of renewable fuels in urban vehicles may be justified if the emissions are much cleaner than those from conventionally fuelled vehicles.
Among the stationary sources, water was first used for milling, pounding, and grinding in the first century B.C. in China. Water-powered milling was also invented in France in the fourth century A.D., though not until the twelfth century was it adopted throughout Europe. Wind power has historically been used almost exclusively for milling and for lifting small amounts of water. Mills and threshers were the most common users of steam power in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century in both Europe and the United States.

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At first glance, renewable fuels are attractive from an environmental and sustainability perspective and cogent arguments have been made that such considerations justify the generous tax remission protocols necessary to commercialize these products. For example, the use of renewable fuels in urban vehicles may be justified if the emissions are much cleaner than those from conventionally fuelled vehicles.
Among the stationary sources, water was first used for milling, pounding, and grinding in the first century B.C. in China. Water-powered milling was also invented in France in the fourth century A.D., though not until the twelfth century was it adopted throughout Europe. Wind power has historically been used almost exclusively for milling and for lifting small amounts of water. Mills and threshers were the most common users of steam power in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century in both Europe and the United States.

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