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Fueling the Debate: The Future of Fuel

Fueling the Debate: The Future of Fuel
06/07/2015

Our fuel management systems help to monitor and maintain your fleet’s efficient fuel usage, aiding in keeping overheads to a minimum and increased profit. But what of the future of fuel? With ever fluctuating fuel prices and the non-renewable sources of fossil fuels in a decline, there are plans in motion for the development of alternative energy sources. Manufacturers are steadily reducing the price points for vehicles which opt for the use of alternative sources of fuel. One main issue with non-renewable sources of energy, such as petrol or diesel, is the fact that they are harmful to the environment, releasing chemicals into the atmosphere, contributing to global warming and eating away at the O-zone layer. With the introduction of new sources of fuel, it’s important to understand which ones may be suitable for your vehicle and whether they can handle your commercial requirements. Whilst diesel has a proven track record of being able to handle the needs of commercial vehicles, other fuel may not be as effective, efficient or powerful. - See more at: http://www.fueltek.co.uk/fueling-the-debate-the-future-of-fuel/#sthash.oVYpia0s.dpuf

Future of Fuel The future of the development of fuel from crude oil is looking a little fuzzy due to its heavy usage, not only for transport, but also across other industries such as in manufacturing and pharmaceuticals. The rate at which it is being used is quicker than it is being created and therefore it will eventually run out, and in the not too distant future. Going Green Hybrid vehicles, such as cars, bikes, trains and trucks, are already in existence, using two or more sources of energy to propel them. Typically this is an internal combustion engine and one or more electronic motors. It is believed that in 2015, sales of hybrid trucks will reach 100,000; over ten times as many sold than five years ago. By reducing the CO2 emissions that they release, hybrid vehicles not only reduce the use of non-renewable sources of fuel, but also benefit the environment. - See more at: http://www.fueltek.co.uk/fueling-the-debate-the-future-of-fuel/#sthash.oVYpia0s.dpuf

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