A Filipino inventor has discovered an alternative to gasoline, the environmentally damaging and costly fuel used to power our vehicles.
His miraculous solution? Water.
Noli Dazo discovered that water can be used to power a vehicle through his latest innovation called the ‘Dazo Water Fuel Hydrogen’ or ‘Tubig na Gasolina’.
Using the ‘Tubig na Gasolina’, the prominent Filipino inventor said his innovation could replace gasoline and diesel as the predominant source of fuel for running vehicles.
He demonstrated how his invention worked through a video he posted on his Facebook account.
“With 3 times the power as standard petrol or diesel, and this, in turn, helps to fully ignite and burn the standard fuel going into the engine,” Dazo wrote on his Facebook page.
Watch it here:
He also added that ‘Tubig na Gasolina’ is able to provide more power than gasoline, as vehicles that use it need less of it to gain acceleration, thus, less fuel is used up in order to achieve the same speed provided by gasoline or diesel.
“Finally, as the bi-product of burning ‘Tubig Na Gasolina’ is water (more specifically steam) this will cool the engine, making it run cooler, therefore, more efficient, plus you get a ‘steam cleaning’ effect on the old carbon deposits inside the engine, giving more benefits for the engine,” he added.
Dazo is hoping that it could be beneficial to Filipinos, particularly tricycle drivers, across the nation.
Dazo is a computer science and engineering graduate from College of Southern Nevada, USA and has been known for his inventions that have earned him the title of "Outstanding Filipino Inventor of the Philippines".
He is hoping that his invention would get support from President Rodrigo Duterte's administration.