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Over the past few years, you may have noticed drastic fluctuations in our weather patterns. Summers are getting hotter, and winters, colder. This is one of the many manifestations of global warming. Contrary to popular belief, global warming isn’t solely about the rise in average temperatures. It’s also reflected in the increased volatility of weather changes.

Precipitation patterns are being disrupted, glaciers and permafrost are melting, and sea levels are rising. These changes not only threaten the balance of natural ecosystems but also affect our health and survival.

What Causes Global Warming?

The culprit is primarily the excessive amount of carbon-based resources we consume, such as oil and coal. The process of burning these fuels, along with deforestation, releases a significant amount of carbon dioxide, known as a “greenhouse gas”. The accumulation of these gases results in the greenhouse effect, causing an energy imbalance in the Earth’s atmosphere. The surplus energy trapped within this system results in temperature rise, leading to global warming.

In mid-March 2023, several meteorological stations in Antarctica reported temperatures nearing 40°C, a staggering anomaly. The Arctic regions also experienced unusually warm weather, with temperatures around 30°C higher than the average for that time of year. These alarming signs are a wake-up call, urging us to take action.

Melting Glaciers

The Carbon Footprint of Fuel Consumption

Gasoline has an average density of 0.72 kg/L and contains 84% carbon. This means that each liter of gasoline contains 0.6048 kg of carbon (0.72 x 84%). When burned, each liter of gasoline can produce 50.4 moles of carbon dioxide. Given that each mole of gas occupies 22.4 liters under standard conditions, each liter of gasoline can produce 1128.96 liters of carbon dioxide.

Surprised by the substantial impact of daily commuting? Don’t fret! SENZA hydrogen generator for cars can help reduce fuel consumption and carbon emissions at the source.

The Carbon and Carbon Dioxide Emissions from Cars

Carbon Emissions

If we consider a car that consumes 8 liters of fuel per 100 kilometers and travels 15,000 kilometers per year, the annual fuel consumption for one car would be 1200 liters. Therefore, each car emits 725.76 kg of carbon per year (1200L x 0.6048kg/L), resulting in a total carbon emission of 725.76 tons per year for 1000 cars.

With SENZA’s ability to save 15% of fuel consumption, we can achieve an annual reduction of 108.9 tons of carbon emissions.

Carbon Dioxide Emissions

Similarly, for carbon dioxide emissions, each car emits 2705.44 kg of carbon dioxide per year (1200L x 1128.96L/L x 1.997g/L). This amounts to a total carbon dioxide emission of approximately 2705.44 tons per year for 1000 cars.

With SENZA’s ability to save 15% of fuel consumption, we can achieve an annual reduction of 405.8 tons of carbon dioxide emissions.


The SENZA Solution

With SENZA’s fuel-saving capacity of up to 15%, we can achieve a yearly reduction of 108.9 tons of carbon and 405.8 tons of carbon dioxide emissions for every 1000 cars. This is equivalent to planting 3652 trees!

Moreover, SENZA also significantly boosts the performance of your vehicle. Without the need for hydrogen storage, safety is assured. By introducing hydrogen gas into the engine through water electrolysis, and coordinating with a high-precision computer algorithm, fuel combustion in the engine is optimized. All this while ensuring that fuel consumption does not increase, boosting performance by up to 25%!

Since 2014, we have been deeply involved in the field of hydrogen energy for eight years. We have demonstrated, with real data, the energy-saving role of hydrogen energy in automobile applications. Our vision is to present more efficient hydrogen energy application technologies to the world, step by step, to improve the quality of human life. We look forward to contributing to our environment with you!

In conclusion, our daily actions have a significant impact on global warming. But with innovative solutions like SENZA hydrogen generator car kit, we can help reduce carbon emissions and combat global warming, all while improving vehicle performance. Let’s take a step towards a greener planet together.

SENZA Engineer

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