Kummetz Corporation has long dedicated itself to preserving the environment, with projects throughout the globe that help further its mission. As Eloi Kummetz explains, Kummetz Corporation is expanding its efforts by working to support the production of Ethanol for the use in creating biofuels. Eloi Kummetz describes the benefits of biofuels to our environment.
In recent years, Ethanol has become a popular additive in fuels, notes Eloi Kummetz, as the alcohol has been found to be viable in automobile engines when mixed with gasoline. Because it is a renewable energy source, Eloi Kummetz explains, Ethanol is considered better for the environment and is also cheaper to produce. According to Eloi Kummetz, Ethanol may be added up to ten percent of a car’s gasoline.
As Eloi Kummetz explains, Kummetz Corporation believes in the use of biofuels to power engines. Because of that, Kummetz Corporation invests in companies that work to produce Ethanol, especially in Brazil. Kummetz Corporation, Eloi Kummetz says, believes that in supporting Ethanol production the company can not only maintain its commitment to the environment, but Kummetz Corporation can also help increase revenue in Brazil, building the country’s infrastructure in a variety of ways.
According to Eloi Kummetz, biofuel helps countries provide their own fuel, eliminating the need to rely on other countries for oil. Eloi Kummetz has seen the benefits of promoting agriculture in a country and believes that by fostering Ethanol and biofuel production, Kummetz Corporation can help build Brazil’s economy.
For drivers to take advantage of biofuels, cars will need to be equipped with “flex-fuel” technology to allow it to run on renewable resources, Eloi Kummetz describes. Eloi Kummetz has seen increased interest in biofuels in the past few years and believes some areas of the world will have a hard time keeping up with the demand for agriculture. As Eloi Kummetz explains, Brazil may be able to take advantage of this demand, producing biofuels for areas that do not have enough viable land to produce the necessary crops. Corn and soybeans have both been cited as possible biofuel choices, Eloi Kummetz says, and more possibilities are still being researched.
Licensed in Nevada, Kummetz Corporation has projects across the world, according to Eloi Kummetz, including Columbia and South America. Eloi Kummetz seeks economic opportunities in areas where he can implement his efforts to help build economies while still protecting the environment for future generations.