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Farm equipment manufacturer 'Deere & Co.' has responding to the U.S. call for more renewable power sources with its new venture into wind power which is expected to 'blow away' sceptics. They are also looking into reducing global warming in other ways, such as using environmentally friendly biodiesel fuel in the fuel tank. Biodiesel is a renewable energy source made from vegetable oils, like soybean oils, recycled cooking greases or oils, or animal fats. Energy-rich biodiesel produces 3.2 units of fuel energy for every unit of fossil energy used to produce the fuel. When biodiesel is used in place of petroleum, it reduces global warming gas emissions such as carbon dioxide.

Diesel and petrol motors can play a major factor in setting up a system to help charge batteries without the use of wind energy, or if trying to set up a system of perpetual motion. What better way to help reduce the Global warming effect by using environmentally friendly engines and generators...

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