The Electro-Lipid Propulsion System is geared towards fuel economy through resourceful allocations of waste energy and bi-products. It is best used for everyday transportation needs, providing a range of low speed and high speed performance while at the same time, reducing fuel consumption. However, it can easily be retooled for high output and high torque operation with the absence of the lipid engine's electric counterpart. A more simple design excluding Double Piston Technology (DPT) would result in more power to the crankshaft. Obviously, there must be a balance between durability, lightweight efficiency and safety. This is where the Double Piston Technology comes in; it serves only to redirect a sizeable portion of the blast force to lessen the stress on the machine parts. Without DPT, the lipid engine could be used to run truly heavyweight vehicles such as tanks, construction tractors and trucks.