Sugar Cane Residue Being Used For Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) - What Next?

By on Mar 01 2013



Compressed natural gas (CNG) is becoming one of the leading alternative sources of fuel. Bagasse which is a dry residue left after the extraction of juice from sugar cane primarily grown in India has had significant use in operating commercial vehicles that utilizes CNG. Utilizing a CNG conversion kit, a vehicle is capable of running either on Petrol or CNG at the flick of a switch on the dashboard. This new source of —Bio Fuel " has reduced exhaust emissions and is a huge price saver to all vehicle owners. What other substances will we soon be converting in the quest for clean and affordable alternatives? —

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