Lower your CO2 Emmissions by 90%

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No more pollution?

One of the most important benefits of a hydrogen economy is that fuel cells are nonpolluting. No carbon emissions are produced when electricity is generated in a fuel cell. A hydrogen fuel cell produces two byproducts -- heat and water. If every vehicle on the road were powered by a hydrogen fuel cell, the familiar clouds of smog that hang over many cities, most of which comes from vehicle exhaust, would largely disappear. According to the Environmental Protection Agency, half of all Americans live in areas where there's enough pollution to produce a negative effect on human health, so reducing smog would be a significant benefit.

With our Hydrogen fuel cell systems you can reduce your CO2 emissions by up tp 90%, saving you a small fortune on "Road Tax".

Simply take your vehicle to an MOT station and ask for a CO2 emissions report to your local DVLA office with you when you apply for your new road tax.

Please see below the Road Tax price list:-

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Car Pollution How Your Engine Pollutes

Cars and vans rely on their internal combustion engines for part of their power. This is achieved by burning fossil fuels and this is not, unfortunately, a clean process.

CO2 and the combustion chamber

Carbon dioxide (CO2) is the well-known exhaust gas. CO2 is used by plants for photosynthesis and humans produce it every time we breathe out. It is widely believed that the CO2 produced by motor transport is a contributing factor in climate change.
Combustion occurs when the fuel is burned; this in turn drives the vehicles wheels. The piston moves down and this allows air to enter the chamber. The piston then moves up and the mixture is compressed. In a petrol engine a spark ignites the mixture; in a diesel this is achieved by compression alone. The explosion creates energy but there are also waste products that exit the vehicle through the exhaust pipe.

Is CO2 the only pollutant?
No, the following pollutants are also produced by motor vehicles.

  • Carbon monoxide – highly toxic, reduces the body’s ability to handle oxygen.
  • Nitrogen oxides – a contributor to smog.
  • Benzene – carcinogenic (any substance or agent that tends to produce a cancer).
  • Sulphur dioxide – a contributor to acid rain
  • Particulate matter – can increase the likelihood of blood clots.

Is every last drop of fuel burned?
No, the parts of the combustion chamber closest to the wall don’t reach the same temperature as the centre. Hydrocarbons exit the chamber in the same state as they went in. Hydrocarbons (unburned fuel) contribute to smog.

Inside Your Exhaust
Carbon dioxide (CO2) is the well-known exhaust gas. CO2 is used by plants for photosynthesis and humans produce it every time we breathe out. It is widely believed that the CO2 produced by motor transport is a contributing factor in climate change.

 


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Co2 Cycle
CO2 Cycle in the combustion engine.