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Green gasoline has been considered as a renewable energy source and has attracted significant attention as a clean fuel and alternative energy source. The depletion of fossil fuels and ecological environmental concerns have encouraged the development of renewable green gasoline as an energy source. Green gasoline has major advantages such as decreased emissions, flexibility, compatibility and increased energy security. Continuing research and development have been carried out emphasizing green gasoline production using a variety of feedstocks, processes and green gasoline products for sustainable bio-based energy. The development of catalysts, reactors and process plants depending on the feedstock has been the main focus of green gasoline production. This chapter provides an overview of the origin and historical perspectives of green gasoline, the development of processes involved in biomass conversion, technoeconomic aspects of green gasoline, commercial and environmental considerations and the current status of technologies for green gasoline production.

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