A UK company recently revealed the results of a top secret project it’s been working on for the past four years: a synthetic fuel that could cause gas prices to plunge to $1.50 per gallon.

Developed at the prestigious Rutherford Appleton Laboratory near Oxford, Cella Energy CEO Stephen Voller claims that his company’s hydrogen-based fuel produces no carbon emissions when burned, and could be the first step toward a transportation market that’s unaffected by unstable oil prices.


“We have developed new micro-beads that can be used in an existing gasoline or petrol vehicle to replace oil-based fuels,” Voller told Gizmag. “Early indications are that the micro-beads can be used in existing vehicles without engine modification.”


If Cella Energy is able to produce this gas alternative on a commercial scale, it could be the missing link millions have been waiting for to help ease the pain of transition away from a fossil fuel-based economy.


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