EU engine-tech project could help gas catch up with gasoline
Posted By Green Car Reports
Date Friday, 9 August 2019, at 8:00 a.m.
Some biofuels, like biogas from landfills—or synthetic methane—are attractive for use in vehicles as they have a potentially low energy cost to produce. They also have lower criteria emissions, of the sort that affect human health and cause smog. These engines should easily be cross-compatible with those using compressed natural gas...Read more
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