Jonathan on September 3rd, 2008

People generally assume that when someone says alternative fuel, the new fuel must be better than gas or better for the environment. Unfortunately, this is not true. Alternative fuels can be equally as detrimental or worse than currently used fuels. Remember that the word alternative only means another form. It does mean better or cleaner. [...]

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Jonathan on August 31st, 2008

Biodiesel is a substitute fuel comparable to usual or ‘fossil’ diesel can be shaped from direct vegetable oil, animal fats and waste cooking oil. The procedure used to exchange these oils to Biodiesel is known as transesterification. It is a non-petroleum diesel. The major feasible resource of suitable oil comes from oil crops like soybean; [...]

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Jonathan on August 26th, 2008

Unlike many of the hybrid and green cars at present on the market, hydrogen cars offer the comfort of zero emanation technology, where the merely derivative from the cars is water vapor. Contemporary fossil-fuel flaming vehicles give out all sorts of pollutants such as, carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, ozone, nitrous oxide, and microscopic particulate material. [...]

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Jonathan on August 20th, 2008

Hi, and welcome to the Alternative Car Fuels Blog. I’m an alternative car fuels lover myself and I look forward to blogging about all different kinds of alternative fuels, innovations in the green automotive world and all sorts of related subjects. Over the next couple days though we’ll first be settling in trying out the [...]

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