Global Warming 's beginning to show its effects stimulated states and supra-state institutions. The European Union plans to reduce its carbon emission targets by 2030 percent for 60, while the UK and Japan plan to ban diesel and gasoline fuels under their 'zero emission' targets. BioLPG, the sustainable form of LPG, which is described as the most environmentally friendly fossil fuel, stands out as the fuel of the future with the use of waste materials in its production, easy production and environmental friendliness.
2020 went down in history as the year we felt the effects of Global Warming the most. Climate changes triggered by Global Warming caused the hottest winter days recorded in the history of countries. Natural disasters triggered by climate change have increased. Observing all these changes, states and supra-state institutions began to take action to mitigate the effects of Global Warming and reduce carbon emissions.
The European Union, which announced in June of last year that it will reduce its carbon emission values up to 2030 percent in 60, set its zero emission target in 2050. The European Union was followed by the 'Green Plan', which is Britain's 2030 vision. According to the Green Plan, while Britain will direct its energy production to environmentally friendly options, it is planned to ban polluting fossil fuels such as gasoline and diesel. In the last month of the year, Japan announced that the sales of gasoline and diesel cars will be banned in 2030, similar to the UK's.
According to the data in the BioLPG a Renewable Pathway Towards 2050 (BioLPG, a renewable road to 2050) report, BioLPG offers serious advantages:
Can be quickly switched to BioLPG
According to BioLPG a Renewable Pathway Towards 2050 report, bioLPG, showing similar properties with LPG, can be used in all areas where LPG is used without requiring any special conversion. BioLPG, which can be easily processed with today's technology in energy production, transportation and heating, can be produced easily and in large proportions.
It is produced entirely from waste materials
According to the report, while vegetable-based oils such as waste palm oil, corn oil, soybean oil can be used in the production of bioLPG, waste fish and animal oils, which are seen as biological waste, and by-products that turn into waste in food production, are also used.
Emits even less carbon than LPG
BioLPG, which emits less carbon than LPG, which is known as the most environmentally friendly fossil fuel, reaches up to 80 percent less emission values compared to LPG. According to the LPG Organization (WLPGA) data, the carbon emission value of LPG is measured as 10 CO2e / MJ, diesel's emission value is 100 CO2e / MJ, and gasoline's carbon emission value is measured as 80 CO2e / MJ.
"BioLPG is the key to environmental transformation"
biolpg'n evaluating the advantages of CEO of BRC Turkey Kadir Knitter, "which tries to reduce carbon emission values all over the world, we are approaching a time we say goodbye to fossil fuels. Lithium batteries used in electric vehicles promising zero emission have a limited lifespan and require replacement.
This technology that we currently use in our electronic devices creates “non-recyclable” wastes. Until we develop better transportation technologies in the future, we can provide LPG conversion of our vehicles powered by fossil fuels, and reach a sustainable and environmentally friendly option with bioLPG produced from waste. BioLPG, which provides waste recycling in its production, also draws attention with its low carbon emission ”.
'Hybrids with BioLPG can save the future'
The importance of hybrid vehicles in the transition from fossil fuels to alternatives with low carbon emissions. kazanEmphasizing that he will continue to work, Kadir Örücü said, “The hybrid vehicle with LPG has been attracting the attention of automotive giants for a long time. With the introduction of BioLPG, we can have a truly environmentally friendly option with less carbon emissions, renewable and waste management.”
BioLPG, which is produced and used in the UK, Poland, Spain and the USA today, is expected to spread rapidly in North America and European countries in the near future. For the production of BioLPG, environmental steps are required in areas such as the dissemination of recycling culture and the management of biological waste.