Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) June 12, 2008
the price of oil at an all-time high, car owners around the world are searching for ways to save money on gas. A new report teaches car owners how to run a combustion engine car or truck on water, saving huge money at the pump. View a video describing this technology at http://www.stopgasuse.com/PR.htm.
Oil is the lifeblood of America's economy. Americans drive and fly more than any other nation in the world, contributing to rising oil prices. America uses a full 25% of the world's oil, mostly for transportation.
Much of the U.S. oil supply comes from overseas sources, making the U.S . dependent on other nations to supply the lifeblood of the transportation system. According to the U.S. Department of Energy, the remaining U.S. oil fields are becoming increasingly costly to produce because much of the easy-to-find oil has already been recovered.
With some industry experts predicting prices will top $500 for a barrel of oil within a few years, it appears there is no end in sight for gas price increases, making it all the more important to find alternative fuel sources, such as water.
The combination of swelling oil prices, a slowing global economy, and increased unemployment, are causing car owners to explore alternatives to spending money on new, more energy-efficient cars. While water has long been considered as an alternative fuel source, without the recent rise in gas prices, car owners were not motivated to explore the technology.
The technology behind using water to run a car includes using the battery in your car to take water and separate it into "HHO," which stands for Hydrogen, Hydrogen, and Oxygen. This gas burns very effectively and keeps the power of the Hydrogen, but it stays stable, just like water. Only a small amount of water is needed, since a lot of HHO gas can be made from just a quart of water. This gas is actually more potent than regular gasoline, so it can also enhance most cars' performance and improve gas mileage.
American's are reluctant to give up their gas-guzzling SUVs, so must seek ways to reduce their gasoline costs. According to the Energy Information Administration "Record crude oil prices are pushing current and expected gasoline prices to record levels." And predictions show no slowing of the upward trend in gas prices, affecting every part of the world economy. Learning to run a car on water is an option whose time has come.
Watch a video from Project Energy showcasing this new energy that will allow you to run a car on water: