Opinion: Electric vehicles aren’t enough

Carbon Clean explains how its range of machines can help reduce UK emissions for it's existing car parc

Opinion: Electric vehicles aren’t enough
The treatment takes just half an hour, and the machines are fully automated so technicians can work on the vehicle whilst the process is running.

While electric cars have been hitting the headlines, there is no denying that they are a long way from being adopted on a mass basis.

At present, electric vehicles are simply not affordable for most of the UK’s population.

This is why we need to find other ways to lower carbon emissions.

According to a report from the House of Commons Science and Technology Committee, approximately 20,000 conventional vehicles would need to be taken from the roads per week for the next 31 years in order for the UK to reach its 2050 goal of having “almost every car and van” to be “zero-emission.”

This sounds like a very unrealistic target by any means, so we need to look for alternative methods to reduce harmful emissions.

One of the most effective ways to lower carbon emissions is with carbon removal technology.

Carbon is created due to incomplete combustion in engine cylinders.

This builds up layers of hardened, black carbon.

This is why using specialist carbon cleaning machines can help you to lower your emissions and ensure your engine runs smoothly, meaning you are less likely to have problems in the future.

Carbon cleaning machines can be used on a wide range of vehicles, including those with hybrid, petrol, or diesel engines.

They can also be used on passenger vehicles, motorbikes, agricultural vehicles, all commercial vehicles and even motorboats.

These machines make the most of state-of-the-art HHO engine cleaning technology.

Electrolysis is used in each machine to split water molecules into the composite elements of hydrogen and oxygen, creating HHO or oxyhydrogen gas.

The result of using this equipment includes lower carbon emissions being expelled into the environment, as well as engine performance being restored.

Other benefits include better throttle response, smoother running engines, and improved fuel economy.

When you consider the fact that electric cars are far away from being adopted on a large scale, you see why it is important to look for other ways to reduce the emissions you are responsible for.

The report by the government’s science committee highlights the uphill struggle to migrate the huge number of vehicles over to electric setups.

Investing in a carbon cleaning machine is undoubtedly one of the best solutions, and will still prove to be a lucrative investment for many years to come.

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