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Old January 31st, 2011, 11:17 AM
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Smile Scientists come up with low-cost 'artificial petrol'

LONDON: Artificial petrol that costs 19 pence per litre could be available in as little as three years.

Scientists in Britain are refining the recipe for a hydrogen-based fuel that will run in existing cars and engines at a fraction of the cost of petrol.

With hydrogen at its heart rather than carbon, it will not produce any harmful emissions during combustion, making it cleaner, greener and cheaper, the Daily Mail reports.

The first road tests are due next year and, if all goes well, the cut-price "petrol" could be on sale in three to five years, the report says.

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If this fuel becomes commercially viable, it has the potential to solve so many problems of the world. India, and all oil importing countries, will not be dependent on ME countries and be able to save so much of our hard earned money from being spent on precious oil. For India oil is the one item that costs the most to import, we grow our own food and manufacture almost all our needs from pin to plane and chappal to satellites, oil being the main burden of our expenditure. Plus, it is cleaner and greener. Lets hope this venture becomes a success.
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If this fuel becomes commercially viable, it has the potential to solve so many problems of the world. India, and all oil importing countries, will not be dependent on ME countries and be able to save so much of our hard earned money from being spent on precious oil. For India oil is the one item that costs the most to import, we grow our own food and manufacture almost all our needs from pin to plane and chappal to satellites, oil being the main burden of our expenditure. Plus, it is cleaner and greener. Lets hope this venture becomes a success.
And do you know, from where the investment is to make this artificial petrol cheap, and other renewable and sustainable energy's production and distribution commercially feasible?
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Yes, good for them that they are thinking about the time when their only source of income will run out.... This initiative has among others solar and wind eneergy as well.

One thing about ME countries is that most of them have administration that has taken care of all their citizens and is not corrupt unlike our own mahan Bharat in recent times. Sheiks may be rich but the common man/woman in say Dubai has been provided all facilities for education and a decent standard of liviing from their oil money.
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