The 100th Grease Monkey Glowtration Station, a solar-powered integrated seed press / refinery / fueling station,
is designed and pending mass production with Farmers' commitments. The premise is revolutionary: for the first time since Dr. Rudolf Diesel's vision of farmers growing their own fuel, the Glowtration Station, which could be built on or off grid, could fulfill that vision; so long as it were to coincide with the mass deployment of vegetable oil conversion kits and even the mass production of the Straight Vegetable Oil Engine.
100th Grease Monkey is collaborating on this project with our international VOFITApartners, as we know automobile manufacturers have iterated on direct inject engine designs for optimal injector timing, and we feel proper SVO engine component choice, programmed injector timing, and farm vehicles' solar heat element; coupled with the regular use of our Glowtration Station, could end Organic Farmers' petroleum dependency.
We're aware the government may require a fuel tax with the Glowtration Station, and are open to the installation of our retail fuel interface component, as long as the pressing of Organic non-GMO Winter Rapeseed oil or Hemp oil are both required and responsibly executed in crop rotation and not to the detriment of requisite food supply. According to the Folkecenter for Renewable Energy, 10% of Winter Rapeseed grown on Danish farmland could power 25% of Danish passenger vehicles alongside myriad other benefits, such as soil replenishment and the seed press process of excellent livestock seedcake feed byproduct. This model has global impact capacity.
Despite Green America's deep health and environmental concerns with GMOs
details on how genetically modified organisms destroy natural ecosystems and evolutionary processes and
increase cancer risks under the false guise of benefits in terms of yields, the Federal Government has not
yet required GMO labeling on foods while placing the cost burden of Organic certification on Farmers.
Here at 100th Grease Monkey, we feel that Farmers should not be penalized, but instead incentivized to grow Organic crops. And until EPA, FDA, and USDA require GMO labeling and increase oversight of and penalizations for persistently toxic herbicides, we will only work for our technology to increase the economic benefits of Farmers willing to transition to 100% Organic.