Through combusting fuels the operation of vehicles causes damage to the environment. Increasing rate of car ownership and growing traffic results in an increased environmental impact and the caused effects can be experienced not just locally but globally as well. The only solution that decreases the environmental impact without restricting mobility is the application of new environmentally friendly energy sources like gaseous bio fuels: bio- and pyrolysis gases, which can be used and stored safely and which can be produced and applied in an environment friendly way. While trying to adapt to the changes caused by pollution the society and the people, who participate in transport, need to modify their approach. The development of an environment conscious lifestyle in order to preserve the living-space of future generations is a common interest for all the population of the world. The aim of this paper is to present an estimation of the environmental impact deriving from the consumption of renewable gaseous fuels in the case of IC engines.
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