Viral News / Relief from expensive petrol, vehicles with Flex Fuel engine will be made in India, government is going to make a big announcement

Zoom News : Jun 21, 2021, 07:45 AM
New Delhi: Petrol Alternative Fuel: The government does not control the rising prices of petrol, because both petrol and diesel are regulating with the Global Market. That's why the government can not reduce their prices. But the government can definitely do a job, start using such fuel in place of petrol which is quite cheap.

Place of gasoline will now take Ethanol!

This is the fuel ethanol (ethanol), the government is going to make a big decision on the Flex Fuel Engine (Flex-Fuel Engines) in the next 8-10 days. Such engines will be made mandatory for the automobile industry. Flex Fuel Meaning Flexible Fuel, i.e. such fuel which replaces petrol and that is athanol. Road and Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari says that the price of this alternative fuel will be Rs 60-62 per liter, whereas the price of petrol is more than 100 rupees per liter. Therefore, by the use of ethanol, people of the country will be able to save 30-35 rupees per liter.

Flex Fuel Engine will be compulsory

In an event, Nitin Gadkari said that "I am a transport minister, I am going to issue an order to the industry that only petrol engines will be, there will be a flex-fuel engine, where people will have 100 percent crude oil Use or use 100 percent ethanol. He said that I am going to decide in the next 8-10 days, we are going to make Flex Fuel Engine Essentials for the Automobile Industry.

Flex fuse engines are made in many countries

Nitin Gadkari said that automobile companies in Brazil, Canada and America are producing Flex Fuel Fuel. In these countries, customers are being provided 100 per cent petrol or 10 percent bio ethanol. Nitin Gadkari said that 8.5 percent ethanol is mixed in per liter petrol per liter, which used to be 1 to 1.5 percent in 2014. Ethanol's shopping has also reached 38 million liters from 38 crore liters.

Ethanol Fuel is far better than petrol

Transport Minister Gadkari says that there is a better fuel better than ethanol, petrol and it is low cost, pollution free and surrender. This is a step to promote the Indian economy because we have corn, sugar and wheat surplus in our country, we do not have the place to keep them in foodgrains. Given that the sarplus of foodgrains is causing the problem, the minimum support price of our crops (MSP) is more than international prices and domestic market prices, so the government has decided that the use of food grains and sugarcane make a juice of ethanol Can.

Recently, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had said that the target of achieving 20 percent ethanol blending with petrol to reduce pollution and reducing dependence has been 2025. The government had targeted 10 percent ethanol blending and 20 per cent doping till 2030 in petrol till 2022.