The Challenge of reducing emissions for Road Vehicles

Automotive Sector

In these uncertain times we face many challenges with emissions reductions across the board. This includes our road networks and major cities. With public health concerns from respiritory deseases on the rise due to bad air quality many major cities around the globle are now inforcing ulta low emissions zones in an effort to clean up their air. These measures included fines for driving into these zones with vehicles that do not meet specific standards and in some cases a complete ban on said vehicles.

Electrification is often cited as  a tangible answer to this problem. However there are still many concerns and technological barriers to a fully electrified road network. The first being the associated expense of changing your vehicle for a brand new fully electric one. The second is the limitations with charging stations in built up areas that do not provide enough space for parking let alone charging facilities. Lastly (but not least) it is dubious if power grids can ultimately meet the new demands required during peak charging times – if all road vehicles were to become electric.

Oxytane offers a complete solution: One that not only reduces emissions, saves on fueling costs and technological barriers but will provide a short term solution for all combusion engine vehicles.

Tangible Benefits of using Oxytane for the automotive sector

"Oxytane solution is that it provides an environmental benefit by way of emission-reduction whilst reducing the cost by way of lower fuel consumption in any engine, with any liquid fuel type."

"Whiles further inovations and developments are planned for fully electrifying our road networks. We must act now to clean up air polution and reduce green house gasses. Oxytane provides an easy solution that works NOW"

"Vehicle owners could pay less for fuel with a product that inherently reduces the emission of toxic fumes into the environment. This circular efficiency renders a versatile solution in cleaning up the air qualitiy for major cities around the globe."

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