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Future Fuel Energy Alternatives in Transport Sectors

Author : Ran Bdr Chhettri 1 2

Date of Publication :7th September 2021

Abstract: Demand-side solutions for alternatives sources are widely recognized as a great opportunity to giving a renewable energy future. But due to many limitations of inquiry by consumer point of view to compete to search out which alternative solutions will be the foremost grip and the way of their ought to be followed. To start address out this problem, the world Energy Council's community of Future Energy Leaders did a worldwide survey of quite two thousand twenty-five different view of people ensuring awareness into purchaser attitudes and behaviors related to other ways of transport fuels to scale back greenhouse emission (Chase et al., 2006). It is due to particular appropriate for the law makers, machine manufacturers, fossil fuel providers and other planners’ findings shows that the extent of ravenousness and need for guide lines which increase the use of other transport fuels in different part of the world. About 73% of people says they're in a position to pay more for other transport fuels which release less greenhouse gas emission over fuel sources. Around 63% of people are known to the energy-water food connections. About 69% of people don't even imagine that their state can give them other transport fuel in future with minimum rate. Around 81% of respondents in the world are conversant in other transport fuels. About 53% of people are still on doubt whether their machine can utilize other transport fuels (Agrawal et al., 2007).

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