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Volvo's "CO2 Free" Semi Trucks


Volvo, in addition to work on hybrid garbage trucks, is getting busy looking at other types of renewable energy sources for trucks. It recently demonstrated a group of trucks which the buy levitra where Swedish vehicle manufacturer says are carbon-dioxide free.

The seven trucks in question are equipped with Volvo’s own 9-liter engines that have been modified to operate on seven different types of renewable liquid and wow)) how much is viagra gaseous fuels. These trucks can, according to Volvo, "be operated on a number of order cialis different renewable fuels and/or combinations of fuels: biodiesel, biogas combined with biodiesel, ethanol/methanol, DME, synthetic diesel and hydrogen gas combined with biogas."

All the fuels are produced from renewable raw materials, said Volvo, and thus produce no carbon-dioxide into the air. The company apparently conducted studies of the renewable fuels to determine those it thought most useful for carbon-dioxide-free transports. Factors considered included the environment, energy efficiency and the amounts of the different fuels that can potentially be produced.

The last factor in particular could prove to buy cialis online australia be a stumbling block at the moment. Volvo said that while it is www.velikibrat.us ready with technology to go CO2 free, the "supply of different renewable fuels is significantly limited and there is no large-scale production or distribution for the purchase viagra online with paypal majority of the alternatives that could be utilized in carbon-dioxide-free transports."

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written by Michael Pereckas, August 31, 2007
"the supply of different renewable fuels is significantly limited"

Not to pick on Volvo specifically, I keep thinking that there is this hope that the CO2 thing will end up like the CFCs and ozone thing. After much wailing and whining, we ended up switching from refrigerant "12" to "134a" and...no one really had to change anything important. Sure the new air conditioner has to use a different type of oil, and different types of rubber parts, and runs at slightly different pressure---hence all the wailing---but, in the end, trivial changes and looking back it's hard to remember what all the fuss was about. Now automakers seem to rx levitra hope they can make small changes to the fuel system materials and the computer software and levitra no prescription canada then, like before, we'll just switch to the new improved substance and nothing changes. Unfortunately, unlike refrigerant, you use up the www.trianglerouge.be fuel. They put some refrigerant in at the factory and when you junk the car many years later they suck it back out for recycling. Not the same with fuel. You have to keep buying that, lots of indian generic viagra it, continually.
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written by 月餅, September 01, 2007
"the supply of different renewable fuels is significantly limited"
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written by Mini storage, October 05, 2007
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