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What are fossil fuels examples?

By Keith Apps

What Are Fossil Fuels? Coal, crude oil, and natural gas are all considered fossil fuels because they were formed from the fossilized, buried remains of plants and animals that lived millions of years ago. 

Our honeymoon and the complacency with regards to fossil fuels is coming to an end, but it feels more like a divorce than a conclusion especially what we have inflicted on this planet.

The electric vehicle will have its place in years to come, but it still relies on electricity that is more often than not produced from fossil fuels so all we are doing is replacing one fossil fuel with another albeit less polluting than others.

One alternative to the pure electric vehicle is that of green liquid hydrogen and not only can this fuel be burnt in a combustion engine and can also be used in the hydrogen fuel cell battery, which is considerably smaller than the battery in a pure electric vehicle. 

One thing that green liquid hydrogen can offer is an alternative to diesel and this would be better placed to serve the heavy haulage industry.

You may ask what this has to do with Orlando city, Orlando is geographically placed to serve a wider area but by doing so it would give employment in the area and allow the fuel to be used where it is produced, and also help clean up the air pollution 

Before you decide to go out and purchase that new vehicle make sure you have the facility to fill it up