Old introduction of Brazilians, adding ethanol to petrol It will be adopted by the UK from September. Rather than a test measure, the idea of local government should contribute to environmental efforts, while electric vehicles will not expand their market share and will certainly come into effect.
Currently, ethanol and gasoline blends are already for sale in Great Britain and Northern Ireland, but none contain more than 5% alcohol in the blend. However, with the new measure, 10% of biofuel is now mandatory on regular British petrol.
The so-called E10 petrol is part of the British effort to achieve the carbon neutral target by 2050. In addition to sugarcane, cars (about 750 thousand tons) per year, London hopes to reduce emissions equivalent to -350,000 emissions from the use of low-nutrient grains and wood waste.
The E10 launch will take place from September 1, with stations across the British Isles starting to sell it at regular gas stations.
It is a compound used in emissions testing for many years and has been compatible with all British vehicles since 2011. To meet the exceptions, British premium petrol will be kept at just 5% alcohol, which allows for global adoption. In comparison, Brazilian gasoline contains 27% ethanol in its composition. In Argentina it is 12%.
“Although more and more drivers are driving electric cars, there are small steps we can take to reduce emissions from the millions of vehicles already on our roads,” said Grant Shops, local transport secretary.
Although this move has had almost no impact on the dynamics of cars, a government campaign without a panic or protests is necessary, even though average consumption should be reduced by about 1%. An app was created to check compatibility with a mix of local vehicles, starting at 95% and increasing over the next few years.
It is also necessary to explain that if the incompatible vehicle is improperly refueled with E10, it is sufficient to refill with E5 on the next trip to the gas station. “Instead of filling the car with diesel, there is no need to empty the tank immediately,” explains the change’s official website, which has created resistance for those who mistakenly believe that greenhouse gases will be emitted and damaged in large quantities. Modern vehicles.
To meet the demand for alcohol, local distilleries reopened as part of the UK’s bio – economic chain.
“We have long said that the introduction of the E10 is one of the fastest, easiest and most cost – effective ways to reduce its carbon emissions, while providing economic growth that sustains the UK’s biofuel industry and the national and local economy.” Branch Manager, Mark Carr.
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