How about green charcoal as featured in jessica soho reports...??
excerpts from http://www.abs-cbnnews.com/nation/regions/04/12/09/new-lpg-alternative-green-charcoal
With the growing need for renewable and cleaner energy to combat climate change, a pest control manufacturer has produced a product that could be a worthy alternative to liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) -- green charcoal.
Mapecon Philippines, a company based in Malate, said it was in the 1980s when the research on green charcoal began. Though it took years to develop, the product is now reportedly being used as an LPG substitute.
Green charcoal is a solid fuel made out of recycled materials and can also be used as a substitute to the more commonly used charcoal that is usually taken from tree trunks.
"[It] is environmentally friendly and it is a renewable source of energy," said Mapecon Chief Operation Officer Bianca Atienza, comparing it to petroleum based fuel.
To help increase the use of green charcoal in the commercial market, the company also manufactured a product called the organic cooking machine, a stove that has a built in blower that will heat up green charcoal, letting off steam.
Atienza said that establishments that have begun to use the product saved 20 percent to 30 percent of their operational energy costs.
She added that Mapecon is also developing another version of green charcoal that is able to harness hydrogen and converts it into fuel that can be used to run cars.
Mapecon has numerous branches all over the country in locations like Cebu, Cagayan de Oro, Zamboanga, Davao, Legaspi, and Baguio.