It is a form of alcohol, or bioethanol; it is pure and clear. It is powerful and burns without smoke or smell. It mixes with water and you can drink it (in moderation!) Bioethanol has been around since biblical times and, made from the plants that grow on Earth today, it is the most common biofuel in the world.
Herbl fuel™ is made from almost anything that grows anywhere in the world. Sugar cane or beet grown for an over-supplied market, grain, potatoes or maize not required for human consumption and waste cellulose-based materials, such as wood chips, rice husks, grasses or agricultural residues, even marine plants are suitable.
High octane Herbl fuel™ is manufactured in quantity wherever plants grow all over the world. It will be available forever and provide work in developing countries. The world’s greatest manufacturer is the U.S. where over 200 manufacturing plants produce more than fifteen billion US gallons annually. Deforestation by farming for soya bean and olive oil is not connected with the production of bioethanol. There is sufficient bio-resource in the form of non-edible organic plant material and waste biomass to provide Herbl fuel™.
The fossil fuels you use are made from plants that grew on Earth at the time of the Dinosaurs. Over the millennia, they have become contaminated and now cause poisonous chemicals to be discharged into the atmosphere.
The U.S. alone produces 9.4 million barrels of crude oil a day1.
1Keith Kohl, ME, Energy & Capital, December 2017
Adoption of Herbl fuel™
This will enable many countries to achieve their obligations under the Paris Accord of 2015. Herbl fuel™ is suited to the Herbl™ engine as it burns at a high temperature. It does not need rare, expensive minerals or investment in nuclear power stations. It will be sold at current transport fuel prices, distributed conveniently through the present motor fuel system and dispensed by motorists into their vehicles as they do now. Governments may retain taxation revenue without price increases. Depending upon local policy, it will not be necessary to subject transport operating on Herbl fuel™ to a charging regime in urban and other sensitive areas.
For the technically minded
The process of growth in all plants depends on photosynthesis where sunlight enables plants to absorb carbon dioxide, CO2, from the air. When the plants, or products made from them, are burnt, they release CO2 back into the air. It is then reabsorbed by other growing plants. As the CO2 is exhausted from the Herbl™ engine it is recycled through further plants, it does not add to the CO2 in the atmosphere and so the process is termed ‘carbon-neutral’. The CO2 released when fossil fuels are burnt is an additional greenhouse gas that has been released into the atmosphere from below ground. It causes global warming which will lead to environmental problems and human misery.
This is what happens when Herbl fuel™ is burnt:
That means: Herbl™ fuel + oxygen → heat, carbon dioxide and steam
When Herbl fuel™ is burnt in the Herbl™ engine the exhaust gas is clean and does not include harmful particulates.
the fuel of the future
Natural fuels have played crucial roles in the development of the automotive industry. In the 1860s, Nikolaus Otto used ethanol as the fuel to drive his internal combustion engine and almost 50 years later, Henry Ford designed his legendary Model T to operate on ethanol and called it, ‘the fuel of the future’. Since then the oil companies have fought to curtail its use.