The Open Fuels Standard Act of 2011 is a landmark piece of energy legislation that needs your support. This bill will enable the rapid development of flex-fuel vehicles and enable greater consumer choices in liquid fuels. Americans paid $80 billion for oil in 1999 and paid $900 billion ten years later. This is equivalent to a “33 percent increase in income taxes across the board.” And 60 percent of that money was handed over to foreign governments who control key oil assets.
We can’t afford to buy real world billboard advertising yet, so we did the next best thing and hacked a picture to make a point: the future of green energy is just around the corner!
This one sums up our business nicely, but not quite completely. Because our technology can convert much more than household trash to E4™ ENVIROLENE® mixed alcohol fuels. All kinds of unwanted stuff such as excess biomass, sewer sludge, toxic wastes, petroleum byproducts and wastes, and even methane and C02. But household trash is a great place to start looking for abundant, renewal carbons!Truth be told, there will always be middlemen in the fuel business. But they don’t all have to be Middle Eastern men.