• BASFs Metal Organic Frameworks increase fuel storage capacity in Natural Gas Vehicles

    Joe Lynch, Director, Energy Storage, at BASF Corporation explains how Metal Organic Frameworks (MOFs) increase fuel storage capacity in Natural Gas Vehicles (NGVs). To learn more about Metal Organic Frameworks (MOFs), visit us at . We create chemistry. Read more at Joe Lynch, Director, Energy Storage, at BASF Corporation explains how Metal Organic Frameworks (MOFs) increase fuel storage capacity in Natural Gas Vehicles (NGVs). To learn more about Metal Organic Frameworks (MOFs), visit us at . We create chemistry. Read more at Joe Lynch, Director, Energy Storage, at BASF Corporation explains how Metal Organic Frameworks (MOFs) increase fuel storage capacity in Natural Gas Vehicles (NGVs). To learn more about Metal Organic Frameworks (MOFs), visit us at . We create chemistry. Read more...

    published: 23 Jan 2014
  • Hydrogen Generator Gas for Vehicles and Engines Hydrogen Production from Organic Material

    published: 18 Jun 2017
  • Cow Power: Turning Organic Waste into Vehicle Fuel for Vermont. Welcoming Address

    Secretary Chuck Ross of the Vermont Agency of Agriculture, Food, and Markets welcomes participants to the Cow Power: Turning Organic Waste into Vehicle Fuel for Vermont renewable natural gas conference.

    published: 01 May 2014
  • Organic Hydride Hydrogen Engine : DigInfo

    DigInfo - http://movie.diginfo.tv Hrein Energy has been researching and developing organic hydride hydrogen vehicles. Organic hydride hydrogen vehicles use a hydrogen-gasoline blended fuel which is expected to improve fuel efficiency and reduce carbon dioxide emissions. Hydrogen is used in fuel cell vehicles but presents difficulties when it comes to use. For example, if a small amount of hydrogen leaks into the air and comes in contact with even a minimal amount of static electricity, an explosion can occur. In addition, hydrogen must be cooled to an extremely low temperature of minus 253°C for liquefaction to occur. In contrast, "organic hydride", which is an organic compound with bonded hydrogen, can be stored at room temperature under normal pressure. In addition, organic h...

    published: 04 Mar 2008
  • ELF solar car-bike for driver + 2 kids, equals 1800mpg

    It looks like a micro-car. It rides like an electric-assist bike. The ELF (“electric, light, fun”) is a solar car-bike hybrid that will keep you out of the rain, or from breaking a sweat, and perhaps convince you to jettison your car for all those trips around town (and to get into shape while you’re at it). Inspired by solar/human-powered aircraft pioneer Paul MacCready, decades ago Rob Cotter began experimenting with human-powered vehicles. He left a job at Porsche to consult though things slowed down in the nineties when ”people were more interested in minivans and SUVs and things.” He decided the moment had arrived when, at the end of the nineties he began consulting for the New York City bike sharing, “and realized that if NYC’s putting in about 300 miles of new bike trails there’s...

    published: 26 Feb 2017
  • Organic Transit ELF Video Review - Solar Powered Recumbent Electric Trike

    http://electricbikereview.com/organic-transit/elf/ The Organic Transit ELF was launched on Kickstarter in 2013 as a solar powered electric recumbent trike. This review showcases their version 1.5 edition which has a few improvements including direct drive motor, larger battery, suspension, larger solar panel and improved steering. It's built around a custom designed aluminum chassis that uses all 26" wheels and now has suspension bumpers to smooth out the ride. The plastic body includes a windshield, roof (with built in 100 watt solar panel) and has options including a Nuvinci hub, wheel caps and upgraded tires. The bike goes 20mph top speed and has a recharge time of ~6 hours with the solar panel in optimal conditions. It has lights, turn signals and a horn built in for safety and use as ...

    published: 13 May 2014
  • Saint-Hyacinthe produces natural gas using organic matter

    The town of Saint-Hyacinthe produces energy from table scraps and other organic matter thanks to biomethanation. In partnership with Gaz Métro, this initiative will heat municipal buildings and fuel city vehicles while reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

    published: 25 Sep 2015
  • SSF Scavengers / Blue Line Transfer Organic Waste to CNG Facility

    Using Zero Waste Energy's SMARTFERM technology, this facility will convert 11,200 tons per year of food and yard waste into up to 120,000 diesel equivalent gallons of bio CNG fuel, enough to fuel approximately 10-12 of South San Francisco Scavengers CNG-fueled collection vehicles. It’s estimated that each collection vehicle will collect enough organic waste during just one route to fuel it for an entire day!

    published: 22 Sep 2014
  • NC Now | Organic Transit ELFs | UNC-TV

    With gas prices soaring, car emissions straining the environment and people spending more time in traffic instead of the great outdoors, a Durham company has developed a solution. It's called the ELF. Stephanie Bourland takes us to Organic Transit where they're producing solar electric assisted bikes. These vehicles combine the ease of a car with the benefits of a bicycle.

    published: 20 Jun 2013
  • EvergreenGas Fuel - Biomethane Innovation

    http://www.evergreengas.co.uk/ Biogas generated from the digestion of organic materials is rich in methane, which means it can be cleaned of its impurities and ‘upgraded’ into a vehicle fuel known as biomethane. Biomethane can be used as a direct replacement for petrol and diesel, and can be used in vehicles such as tractors, trucks or family cars. In fact, a kilogram of upgraded biogas has a similar value as a litre of diesel. Upgrading biogas for use as a vehicle fuel Evergreen Gas is the exclusive distributer of Biogas for Transport (BfT) biogas upgrade units manufactured by specialist Finnish technology provider – Metener Ltd. The Metener system, based on water washing, produces a product gas of up to around 95% methane. This gas can then be compressed into storage cylinders or d...

    published: 02 Sep 2014
  • Zero Waste Energy's SMARTFERM: How it Works

    SMARTFERM is a state-of-the-art dry anaerobic digestion system for organic waste processing. The technology’s 21 day batch cycle diverts over 99% of organic waste, reduces greenhouse gases, reduces reliance on landfills and produces a clean, green energy and compost in a closed-loop cycle. SMARTFERM facilities can be designed to develop any amount of organic waste, from 5,000TPY and up and can include biogas-processing technology for combined heat and power (CHP) generation for both onsite use and export as well as compressed natural gas (CNG) for use to fuel waste transport vehicles.

    published: 25 Jul 2014
  • The Technology of Compressed Natural Gas (CNG)

    The technology behind compressed natural gas (CNG) as a vehicle fuel is easy to implement. Along with the economical and environmental benefits, new innovations are increasing public interest in the fuel. In this video we talk with Jared Hightower of ANGI Energy Systems and Chad Kissinger of OEM systems. They take us through the technology, safety and familiarity of using natural gas to fuel your car.

    published: 21 Mar 2012
  • Audi e gas project

    Automakers are desperately trying to lower the carbon dioxide emissions of their vehicles, but what if they could just figure out a way to run their cars on C02, instead? That's what Audi is planning to do with its new e-gas project, which will produce a synthetic fuel made from carbon dioxide and hydrogen. The resulting fuel is methane, the main component of natural gas, but created here in a novel way. Audi is building a pilot facility in the U.K. that is powered by windmills and can produce hydrogen from water through the process of electrolysis. That gas can then be used to fuel electric cars that get their energy from hydrogen fuel cells, but since that technology is prohibitively expensive for mass production today and the infrastructure to distribute hydrogen has not yet been built,...

    published: 15 Oct 2012
  • HOW IT'S MADE: Gas & Petrol (720p)

    This educational video explains gas & petrol (gasoline) is made in oil refineries. A 42-gallon barrel of crude oil yields about 19 gallons of gasoline when processed in an oil refinery, though this can and does vary based on the crude oil source's assay. Gasoline ( petrol ), is a clear, petroleum-derived liquid that is used mostly as a fuel in internal combustion engines throughout the world. It can also be used as a heating fuel. It consists mostly of organic compounds obtained by the fractional distillation of petroleum, enhanced with a variety of additives. It burns inefficiently in automobiles, therefore producing more pollutants than other forms of fuel such as natural gas, or alchol. For more on Gasoline visit: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gasoline FOLLOW on: https://www.facebook...

    published: 03 Feb 2015
  • Professional Grade Fuel Enhancer Additive Xp3 Synthetic Resins and Organic Compounds

    Order Xp3 on the link Below http://www.611628.buyfueldirect.com Start saving money the next time you fill up! Professional Grade Fuel Enhancer Additive Xp3 Synthetic Resins and Organic Compounds With the cost of gasoline and diesel fuel rising and the price of maintaining a vehicle increasing, drivers are demanding proven, environmentally safe methods to save money at the pump and increase the life of their engines. is a professional grade fuel enhancer made from a combination of synthetic resins and organic compounds. Xp3 works effectively with all classes of gasoline and diesel fuels, and has proven to reduce fuel consumption , maintenance costs, and lessen toxic emissions. Proven performance with every tank Established track record since 1989 Sells over $3 billion per year commercia...

    published: 29 Jan 2014
  • Fueling a Renewable Future with Redeem by Clean Energy

    www.RedeemByCleanEnergy.com | Redeem is the first commercially available, renewable natural gas vehicle fuel. Derived entirely from organic waste streams, it's available in either CNG or LNG form for commercial vehicles including fleets, heavy-duty trucks, refuse trucks, transit, and airport service vehicles. Redeem is a product from Clean Energy—the largest producer, marketer, and distributor of renewable natural gas, or biomethane, as a vehicle fuel in North America. Learn more about reducing your fleet's carbon footprint by up to 90%: http://redeem.cleanenergyfuels.com/?utm_source=Youtube&utm_medium=Video&utm_campaign=Redeem%20Video%20 To learn more about Clean Energy Fuels, visit our official site at https://www.cleanenergyfuels.com/fuels/redeem-renewable-natural-gas-rng/?utm_sourc...

    published: 27 Sep 2013
BASFs Metal Organic Frameworks increase fuel storage capacity in Natural Gas Vehicles

BASFs Metal Organic Frameworks increase fuel storage capacity in Natural Gas Vehicles

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Joe Lynch, Director, Energy Storage, at BASF Corporation explains how Metal Organic Frameworks (MOFs) increase fuel storage capacity in Natural Gas Vehicles (NGVs). To learn more about Metal Organic Frameworks (MOFs), visit us at . We create chemistry. Read more at Joe Lynch, Director, Energy Storage, at BASF Corporation explains how Metal Organic Frameworks (MOFs) increase fuel storage capacity in Natural Gas Vehicles (NGVs). To learn more about Metal Organic Frameworks (MOFs), visit us at . We create chemistry. Read more at Joe Lynch, Director, Energy Storage, at BASF Corporation explains how Metal Organic Frameworks (MOFs) increase fuel storage capacity in Natural Gas Vehicles (NGVs). To learn more about Metal Organic Frameworks (MOFs), visit us at . We create chemistry. Read more at Joe Lynch, Director, Energy Storage, at BASF Corporation explains how Metal Organic Frameworks (MOFs) increase fuel storage capacity in Natural Gas Vehicles (NGVs). To learn more about Metal Organic Frameworks (MOFs), visit us at . We create chemistry. Read more at Dr. U. Müller (Catalysis research, BASF SE) explains the structure and properties of MOF materials (abbr.: Metal Organic Frameworks). A demonstration recorded at the exhibition nano (Technoseum of Mannheim, 2010) shows the high potential of storing gas in MOFs. A scene in BASFs secondary school laboratory exemplifies the simple, efficient production process for MOFs in water. More: ... We create chemistry: For further information visit Texas AM University chemistry professor Dr. Hongcai Zhou (Dr. Joe to his students) and his team are conducting groundbreaking research with metal-organic frameworks. The very small but highly porous material has the potential to change the way we look at fuel storage, emissions controls, and drug delivery. To learn more about their research, visit /.
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Hydrogen Generator Gas for Vehicles and Engines Hydrogen Production from Organic Material

Hydrogen Generator Gas for Vehicles and Engines Hydrogen Production from Organic Material

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Cow Power: Turning Organic Waste into Vehicle Fuel for Vermont.  Welcoming Address

Cow Power: Turning Organic Waste into Vehicle Fuel for Vermont. Welcoming Address

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Secretary Chuck Ross of the Vermont Agency of Agriculture, Food, and Markets welcomes participants to the Cow Power: Turning Organic Waste into Vehicle Fuel for Vermont renewable natural gas conference.
https://wn.com/Cow_Power_Turning_Organic_Waste_Into_Vehicle_Fuel_For_Vermont._Welcoming_Address
Organic Hydride Hydrogen Engine : DigInfo

Organic Hydride Hydrogen Engine : DigInfo

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  • Updated: 04 Mar 2008
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DigInfo - http://movie.diginfo.tv Hrein Energy has been researching and developing organic hydride hydrogen vehicles. Organic hydride hydrogen vehicles use a hydrogen-gasoline blended fuel which is expected to improve fuel efficiency and reduce carbon dioxide emissions. Hydrogen is used in fuel cell vehicles but presents difficulties when it comes to use. For example, if a small amount of hydrogen leaks into the air and comes in contact with even a minimal amount of static electricity, an explosion can occur. In addition, hydrogen must be cooled to an extremely low temperature of minus 253°C for liquefaction to occur. In contrast, "organic hydride", which is an organic compound with bonded hydrogen, can be stored at room temperature under normal pressure. In addition, organic hydride can be easily produced and the hydrogen can be easily split off. The role of the hydrogen is to work as a combustion stimulant to foster efficient gasoline combustion. Compared to fuel cell vehicles and hydrogen vehicles, organic hydride vehicles are next-generation fueled vehicles that are more likely to gain widespread use at a low cost because they are designed based on existing mass produced cars.
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ELF solar car-bike for driver + 2 kids, equals 1800mpg

ELF solar car-bike for driver + 2 kids, equals 1800mpg

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  • Updated: 26 Feb 2017
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It looks like a micro-car. It rides like an electric-assist bike. The ELF (“electric, light, fun”) is a solar car-bike hybrid that will keep you out of the rain, or from breaking a sweat, and perhaps convince you to jettison your car for all those trips around town (and to get into shape while you’re at it). Inspired by solar/human-powered aircraft pioneer Paul MacCready, decades ago Rob Cotter began experimenting with human-powered vehicles. He left a job at Porsche to consult though things slowed down in the nineties when ”people were more interested in minivans and SUVs and things.” He decided the moment had arrived when, at the end of the nineties he began consulting for the New York City bike sharing, “and realized that if NYC’s putting in about 300 miles of new bike trails there’s a market for vehicles like this,” explains Cotter, “Bicycles that could get people up the hills easier, get them out of the weather, be safer, not tip over, carry passengers, carry a payload, have turn signals, brake lights, all of those things and just started going in that direction from that point on.” In 2012 he founded Organic Transit- alongside his wife Maureen Costello- in an old furniture store in downtown Durham, North Carolina. To move things along quickly, they launched using an agile design process. “Originally we sold about 50 on kickstarter. We knew we were losing money on each one, but it allowed us to get the vehicles out there and make the changes. So since that time 3 years ago we’ve made about 400 changes to the ELF.” Today, the ELF is a 160 pound (72.5kg) vehicle that can carry up to two adults (or an adult plus 2 children) or an adult plus 500+ lbs (226 kg) of cargo (there’s space in back for a dozen bags of groceries. Starting at $7,000, it’s classified as a 'bicycle' by US law so it can't legally go faster than 20 mph on just electric power (though pedaling and hills will speed things up). With a lithium-ion battery and mid-motor drive, it has a range of 48 miles per charge (and further if you pedal). The rooftop solar panel will recharge the battery with 7 to 8 hours of sun or the battery can be removed and plugged into a wall for a 2.5 hour charge. Since it’s technically a bicycles, the ELF can be driven on bike paths and parked on sidewalks. “So our goal was to be able to take a car-like experience and turn it into a bicycle,” explains Cotter. “This will go anywhere a bicycle will go, all bicycles can ride on many streets, all secondary roads and things like that. It’s like a car except that it’s 160 pounds so it’s a car that you can actually pedal. And the nice thing about it when you’re zooming along somewhere you can go point to point you can go door to door just pull right up to the building and park it in the bike rack up front.” Organic Transit: http://organictransit.com/ Original story: https://faircompanies.com/videos/elf-7k-solar-car-bike-for-driver-2-kids-equals-1800mpg/
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Organic Transit ELF Video Review - Solar Powered Recumbent Electric Trike

Organic Transit ELF Video Review - Solar Powered Recumbent Electric Trike

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  • Updated: 13 May 2014
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http://electricbikereview.com/organic-transit/elf/ The Organic Transit ELF was launched on Kickstarter in 2013 as a solar powered electric recumbent trike. This review showcases their version 1.5 edition which has a few improvements including direct drive motor, larger battery, suspension, larger solar panel and improved steering. It's built around a custom designed aluminum chassis that uses all 26" wheels and now has suspension bumpers to smooth out the ride. The plastic body includes a windshield, roof (with built in 100 watt solar panel) and has options including a Nuvinci hub, wheel caps and upgraded tires. The bike goes 20mph top speed and has a recharge time of ~6 hours with the solar panel in optimal conditions. It has lights, turn signals and a horn built in for safety and use as a neighborhood electric vehicle. There are new options that the company is working on for multiple passengers, child seats and extra cargo space.
https://wn.com/Organic_Transit_Elf_Video_Review_Solar_Powered_Recumbent_Electric_Trike
Saint-Hyacinthe produces natural gas using organic matter

Saint-Hyacinthe produces natural gas using organic matter

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  • Updated: 25 Sep 2015
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The town of Saint-Hyacinthe produces energy from table scraps and other organic matter thanks to biomethanation. In partnership with Gaz Métro, this initiative will heat municipal buildings and fuel city vehicles while reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
https://wn.com/Saint_Hyacinthe_Produces_Natural_Gas_Using_Organic_Matter
SSF Scavengers / Blue Line Transfer Organic Waste to CNG Facility

SSF Scavengers / Blue Line Transfer Organic Waste to CNG Facility

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  • Updated: 22 Sep 2014
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Using Zero Waste Energy's SMARTFERM technology, this facility will convert 11,200 tons per year of food and yard waste into up to 120,000 diesel equivalent gallons of bio CNG fuel, enough to fuel approximately 10-12 of South San Francisco Scavengers CNG-fueled collection vehicles. It’s estimated that each collection vehicle will collect enough organic waste during just one route to fuel it for an entire day!
https://wn.com/Ssf_Scavengers_Blue_Line_Transfer_Organic_Waste_To_Cng_Facility
NC Now | Organic Transit ELFs | UNC-TV

NC Now | Organic Transit ELFs | UNC-TV

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  • Updated: 20 Jun 2013
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With gas prices soaring, car emissions straining the environment and people spending more time in traffic instead of the great outdoors, a Durham company has developed a solution. It's called the ELF. Stephanie Bourland takes us to Organic Transit where they're producing solar electric assisted bikes. These vehicles combine the ease of a car with the benefits of a bicycle.
https://wn.com/Nc_Now_|_Organic_Transit_Elfs_|_Unc_Tv
EvergreenGas Fuel - Biomethane Innovation

EvergreenGas Fuel - Biomethane Innovation

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  • Updated: 02 Sep 2014
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http://www.evergreengas.co.uk/ Biogas generated from the digestion of organic materials is rich in methane, which means it can be cleaned of its impurities and ‘upgraded’ into a vehicle fuel known as biomethane. Biomethane can be used as a direct replacement for petrol and diesel, and can be used in vehicles such as tractors, trucks or family cars. In fact, a kilogram of upgraded biogas has a similar value as a litre of diesel. Upgrading biogas for use as a vehicle fuel Evergreen Gas is the exclusive distributer of Biogas for Transport (BfT) biogas upgrade units manufactured by specialist Finnish technology provider – Metener Ltd. The Metener system, based on water washing, produces a product gas of up to around 95% methane. This gas can then be compressed into storage cylinders or directly into vehicles at 200 bar pressure. How effective is biogas as a vehicle fuel? One unit, with a raw biogas inlet of 10m³/hr, can produce enough fuel to drive a 2-litre vehicle engine approximately 900 miles from one day of operation. Metener BfT units are also available in configurations ranging from 10m3/hr to 100m3 per hour biogas inlet flow rates. We are currently testing the performance of the upgraded gas using two company VW Caddy vans. Tel: +44 (0) 1584 711 763
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Zero Waste Energy's SMARTFERM: How it Works

Zero Waste Energy's SMARTFERM: How it Works

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  • Updated: 25 Jul 2014
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SMARTFERM is a state-of-the-art dry anaerobic digestion system for organic waste processing. The technology’s 21 day batch cycle diverts over 99% of organic waste, reduces greenhouse gases, reduces reliance on landfills and produces a clean, green energy and compost in a closed-loop cycle. SMARTFERM facilities can be designed to develop any amount of organic waste, from 5,000TPY and up and can include biogas-processing technology for combined heat and power (CHP) generation for both onsite use and export as well as compressed natural gas (CNG) for use to fuel waste transport vehicles.
https://wn.com/Zero_Waste_Energy's_Smartferm_How_It_Works
The Technology of Compressed Natural Gas (CNG)

The Technology of Compressed Natural Gas (CNG)

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  • Updated: 21 Mar 2012
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The technology behind compressed natural gas (CNG) as a vehicle fuel is easy to implement. Along with the economical and environmental benefits, new innovations are increasing public interest in the fuel. In this video we talk with Jared Hightower of ANGI Energy Systems and Chad Kissinger of OEM systems. They take us through the technology, safety and familiarity of using natural gas to fuel your car.
https://wn.com/The_Technology_Of_Compressed_Natural_Gas_(Cng)
Audi e gas project

Audi e gas project

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  • Updated: 15 Oct 2012
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Automakers are desperately trying to lower the carbon dioxide emissions of their vehicles, but what if they could just figure out a way to run their cars on C02, instead? That's what Audi is planning to do with its new e-gas project, which will produce a synthetic fuel made from carbon dioxide and hydrogen. The resulting fuel is methane, the main component of natural gas, but created here in a novel way. Audi is building a pilot facility in the U.K. that is powered by windmills and can produce hydrogen from water through the process of electrolysis. That gas can then be used to fuel electric cars that get their energy from hydrogen fuel cells, but since that technology is prohibitively expensive for mass production today and the infrastructure to distribute hydrogen has not yet been built, Audi has figured out how to make it more useful in the meantime. Methane, which has the chemical formula of CH4, is often manufactured through the decay of organic waste, but the process generates a large amount of carbon dioxide. Instead of releasing this into the atmosphere, the excess C02 from one of these plants will be transferred to the e-gas facility where it will be combined with hydrogen to create even more methane. From there, this synthetic fuel can be pumped into the existing natural gas infrastructure for use in cars -- distributed through compressed gas refueling stations or pumps installed in homes. Audi will begin selling a bi-fuel version of its A3 compact in Europe next year with a four-cylinder engine that can burn either methane/CNG or gasoline. Carbon dioxide will still come out of the A3's tailpipe when it is running on methane, but it will be the same amount that was used to create the gas, so there will be no net increase in the amount of C02 released into the atmosphere. Audi is working on a system that will allow drivers to purchase offsets tied to the synthetic fuel. Perhaps more important, the transference of energy involved in this method facilitates a way for cars with existing internal combustion engine technology to indirectly run on the electricity that was used to produce the hydrogen molecules in the methane, alleviating some of the issues caused by battery performance that has yet to catch up with consumer desires for range, recharging time and price.
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HOW IT'S MADE: Gas & Petrol (720p)

HOW IT'S MADE: Gas & Petrol (720p)

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This educational video explains gas & petrol (gasoline) is made in oil refineries. A 42-gallon barrel of crude oil yields about 19 gallons of gasoline when processed in an oil refinery, though this can and does vary based on the crude oil source's assay. Gasoline ( petrol ), is a clear, petroleum-derived liquid that is used mostly as a fuel in internal combustion engines throughout the world. It can also be used as a heating fuel. It consists mostly of organic compounds obtained by the fractional distillation of petroleum, enhanced with a variety of additives. It burns inefficiently in automobiles, therefore producing more pollutants than other forms of fuel such as natural gas, or alchol. For more on Gasoline visit: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gasoline FOLLOW on: https://www.facebook.com/documentarytube.net https://twitter.com/DocArchive HOW IT'S MADE playlist: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B4O7gd3zq5U&list=PLCIsViWU6sLlHj23vXm3a99ymv6XPBY27
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Professional Grade Fuel Enhancer Additive Xp3 Synthetic Resins and Organic Compounds

Professional Grade Fuel Enhancer Additive Xp3 Synthetic Resins and Organic Compounds

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Order Xp3 on the link Below http://www.611628.buyfueldirect.com Start saving money the next time you fill up! Professional Grade Fuel Enhancer Additive Xp3 Synthetic Resins and Organic Compounds With the cost of gasoline and diesel fuel rising and the price of maintaining a vehicle increasing, drivers are demanding proven, environmentally safe methods to save money at the pump and increase the life of their engines. is a professional grade fuel enhancer made from a combination of synthetic resins and organic compounds. Xp3 works effectively with all classes of gasoline and diesel fuels, and has proven to reduce fuel consumption , maintenance costs, and lessen toxic emissions. Proven performance with every tank Established track record since 1989 Sells over $3 billion per year commercially -- you know it works Never harmed a single engine -- use it with confidence 100% biodegradable -- Xp3 is safe for the environment Literally costs you thousands per year NOT to use Xp3 Formulated to improve the performance of your vehicles Improves combustion to increase engine power Cleaner running engine Reduces corrosion to increase the life of your engine Disperses water for smoother running engine Improves engine starting and avoids pre-ignition Improves the stabilization, lubricity and detergency of the fuel Protects against fuel gelling and freezing Be Green. Drive Clean. Reduces levels of toxic emissions Xp3 is a combination of synthetic resins and organic compounds Contains no alcohol, aromatics, or naphtha 100% biodegradable Environmentally friendly
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Fueling a Renewable Future with Redeem by Clean Energy

Fueling a Renewable Future with Redeem by Clean Energy

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www.RedeemByCleanEnergy.com | Redeem is the first commercially available, renewable natural gas vehicle fuel. Derived entirely from organic waste streams, it's available in either CNG or LNG form for commercial vehicles including fleets, heavy-duty trucks, refuse trucks, transit, and airport service vehicles. Redeem is a product from Clean Energy—the largest producer, marketer, and distributor of renewable natural gas, or biomethane, as a vehicle fuel in North America. Learn more about reducing your fleet's carbon footprint by up to 90%: http://redeem.cleanenergyfuels.com/?utm_source=Youtube&utm_medium=Video&utm_campaign=Redeem%20Video%20 To learn more about Clean Energy Fuels, visit our official site at https://www.cleanenergyfuels.com/fuels/redeem-renewable-natural-gas-rng/?utm_source=Youtube&utm_medium=Video&utm_campaign=Redeem%20Video%20 For news and updates follow us on: Twitter: http://twitter.com/CE_NatGas or @CE_NatGas LinkedIn: http://linkd.in/1tXhgY5 Facebook: http://facebook.com/CleanEnergyFuels
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