Bio Diesel The Fuel Of The Future?
Biodiesel is the name of a non petroleum based fuel made out of natural sources such as animal fats or vegetable oils, such as corn or soy oil. Bio diesel is created by transesterification of vegetable oils or animal fats into myth esters. The end product is very similar to ordinary diesel so most vehicles, storage systems, require no modifications. One major advantage of biodiesel is that unlike petroleum based diesel product it is clean burning and renewable, in fact tail pipe emissions can be reduced by as much as 80% by use of bio diesel compared to ordinary diesel. Another major advantage for bio diesel is that raw materials are grown locally in the United States which supports the local economy.

Bio Diesel The Fuel Of The Future?

Songwriter Willie Nelson says yes.
Willie Nelson has fueled millions of fans worldwide with music for decades, but when it comes to his fuel of choice, the country music star has proclaimed himself a fan of biodiesel. Biodiesel, an alternative fuel made from renewable fats or vegetable oils, can be used in any diesel engine, including the star’s 2005 Mercedes 320 CDI. Nelson picked up his brand new vehicle at the dock and drove it straight to the pump at Pacific Biodiesel, a Hawaii-based manufacturer.

“I am absolutely a fan of biodiesel,” Nelson said. “I use it in my car because I’m a firm believer in using renewable fuels that are better for our environment. We should all be doing our part to reduce our reliance on foreign oil and contribute to our own economy. On top of all that, biodiesel use helps our nation’s family farmers, while preserving the land for future generations.”

With energy prices rising in recent years, especially the prices of gasoline, car manufacturers have looked into alternative sources of energy to power their products. Bio diesel fuel contains more energy than gasoline commonly used in cars and is cheaper to produce. Combined with increasing environment conscious population, makes biodiesel powered cars a winner. Car makers know this and so we will soon see more and more bio diesel compatible vehicles coming off the assembly lines in the near future.

Until Bio Diesel is the choice of most drivers in America, all we can do is conserve and continue to feel the pressure at the pump.
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Rockyj Owens

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