Your Digital Self: Will this be the next ‘green’ fuel powering our vehicles?

A bus carrying as few as seven passengers is already more fuel-efficient and creates less pollution than an average single-occupant car used for commuting.

But this new development could push these benefits to a whole new level.

Students at University of Technology in the Netherlands have created world’s first bus that runs on formic acid — and say it could be the world’s next environmentally friendly fuel.

It is much cheaper than hydrogen-based fuels but delivers the same environmental benefits — exhaust gasses consist of only water and carbon dioxide, without any other harmful gasses usually present in “standard” fossil fuels.

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