I started to read with interest an article in the Herald Express by Colin Goodwin which focused on trials of a fuel called Sustain that is produced using 100% agricultural waste. Sounds good.
The trials showed that Sustain attained a 10% better economy over an identical car using regular ⛽ petrol. Sounds even better.
However, today's price for a litre of Sustain was reported as being about £4-5 but it could possibly be reduced to under £2 by scaling up production. Is that with fuel tax that the Government will obviously slap on it?
On that subject, next month's Government fuel tax is expected to push prices up by at least 12p.
Anyway, it's a promising start and I wish the manufacturer, Coryton, every success.