Climate Change and Global Warming is real and it threatens to unsettle economies and create disadvantages to people in most developing countries.
There are many concerns of opting for an alternate renewable source of Energy and Biodiesel is emerging as the forerunner to replace fossil fuel.
Major Green fuels for the transport sectors are becoming popular in many countries and the fastest growing is that of Biodiesel. Biodiesel contributes to the environment; it secures a region’s energy needs and provides the freedom to rural areas to access decentralized power. As a Green Fuel it also enables the Transport and Industrial sectors to grow on Clean Development Mechanism. Production and consumption of Biodiesel derived from oil-bearing trees improves green cover, raises the water table, prevents soil erosion, prevents Global warming and most of all is renewable and hence stands out as the most preferred alternate fuel for sustainable growth.
It will be appreciated that fossil oil is fast running out. It is therefore necessary to find and support viable replacements that can reduce pollution levels and be truly sustainable.
The availability of Fossil fuel in the infinite future depends on a number of factors:
MONOPOLY Biodiesel is an alternate viable solution meeting all the above factors.
MONOPOLY Biodiesel is a clear liquid, without unpleasant odour or handling characteristics, of virtually the same viscosity as mineral fossil diesel oil. MONOPOLY Biodiesel is beneficial in terms of zero carbon dioxide emission, zero sulphur oxide production and a measurable reduction of other transport pollutants.
MONOPOLY Biodiesel may be used in any standard diesel engine without any modification.