Increasing environmental concerns and spike in air pollution has shifted the focus towards cleaner alternatives to conventional petrol and diesel. While electric mobility is fast gaining momentum, a wide-scale adoption of this technology will take some time.
For an urgent respite, the next ray of hope will be a transition to BS 6 emission norms to reduce the amount of pollution in the environment. But let’s not forget that petrol and diesel fuels are non-renewable and are likely to get exhausted over the next few decades. This necessitates that we take into consideration some lesser explored alternative fuels like biodiesel.
Bodiesel is a cleaner alternative to conventional diesel as it emits 50 per cent lower carbon monoxide and 30 per cent lower particulate matter. This eco-friendly fuel is obtained from renewable sources like palm oil, soya bean oil, used cooking oil, etc. Read More
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