Petroleum Alternative Fuel: The government cannot control the increase in fuel prices, as both petrol and diesel are controlled by the global market. So the government cannot lower their prices.
New Delhi: Petrol Alternative Fuel: The government cannot control the increase in petrol prices, as both petrol and diesel are controlled by the global market. So the government cannot lower their prices. But the government can do one thing, instead of petrol, one has to start using such cheap fuel.
Ethanol will now replace gasoline!
This petrol is ethanol, the government will make a major decision on flex-fuel engines in the next 8-10 days. Such engines will be made powerful in the automotive industry. Flex fuel represents Flexible Fuel, that is, fuel that can replace gasoline is also ethanol. The Minister of Roads and Transport Nitin Gadkari says the price of this unique fuel will be Rs 60-62 per liter, while the price of petrol will be more than Rs 100 per liter. Therefore, the people of the country will be able to save Rs 30-35 per liter by using ethanol.
Flex petrol engine will be forced
At the event, Nitin Gadkari said: “I am the Minister of Transport, I will issue a directive to the industry that not only petrol engines, but also petrol engines, where people will choose to buy 100% crude oil. Use or use 100% ethanol. He said I will decide in the next 8-10 days, we will have the petrol engine approved in the automotive industry.
Flex fuse engines are manufactured in many countries
Nitin Gadkari said car companies in Brazil, Canada and the United States were producing more fuel. In these countries, customers are offered the option of 100% fuel or 10% bio ethanol. Nitin Gadkari said currently 8.5% of ethanol is mixed with a liter of petrol, which was 1 to 1.5% in 2014. Ethanol prices have also risen from 38 crore liters to 320 crore liters.
Ethanol gasoline is better than gasoline
Transport Minister Gadkari says ethanol is a much better fuel than gasoline and is less expensive, has less pollution and is more indigenous. This is a step towards the development of the Indian economy because there is a surplus of maize, sugar and wheat in our country, we have no place to store them in food grains. Considering that the abundance of whole grains is a problem, the Minimum Support Price (MSP) of our crops is higher than international prices and domestic market prices, so the government has decided to make ethanol juice using food grains and sugarcane. can.
Recently, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had stated that the goal of achieving 20% of the ethanol blending fuel is set by 2025 to reduce pollution and reduce imports. The government last year set a target of 10 percent ethanol for petrol by 2022 and 20% for drug use by 2030.