4 responses to “Renewable energy options in developing countries”

  1. Ron Tan

    Dear Dr.
    You are right in that the developing economies are more carbon energy intensified as ever,
    causing finite resources to deplete faster, and emit more carbon emissions.
    Fuel and energy efficiency are the key to combat emissions urgently.
    We need the world to fuelmix Infernofuel as a global fuelmix for applications to all
    liquid fossil fuel to reduce emissions and save the planet for sustainablity.
    Thank You.
    Regards,
    Ron Tan

  2. Ahmed D.Pathan

    Dear Dr.
    My thinking is same as you find following mentioned message of Ron Tan.
    You don’t believe My thoughts and Ron thoughts are unbelievable similiarities.
    I agree with this…………………
    You are right in that the developing economies are more carbon energy intensified as ever,
    causing finite resources to deplete faster, and emit more carbon emissions.
    Fuel and energy efficiency are the key to combat emissions urgently.
    We need the World to fuelmix Infernofuel as a global fuelmix for applications to all
    liquid fossil fuel to reduce emissions and save planet for sustainablity.
    Thank You.
    Regards,
    Ahmed Pathan
    GREENPLANET
    INDIA

  3. Ron Tan

    Dear Sir,
    In recent weeks, we have seen more natural and man made pollutions.
    The oil vessel running aground, oil leak in Mexico and volcanic eruptions have exacerbated
    the impacts of climate change. Biofuel and biodiesel from food crops are no answer to
    reduce emissions and also there are unintended consequences from the biofuel industries.
    Many studies have found out that there are negative energy balance, and also more pollutions
    created from the ethanol and biodiesel industries from planting to produce these fuel.
    Ethanol is corrosive and not a good fuel, and take lots of water from growing to producing ethanol.
    The best answer to reduce emissions as a national fuel mix is Infernofuel beyond the barrel
    with more miles per gallon.
    Regards,
    Ron Tan
    http://www.infernofuel.com

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