Plastics Create Oil With Energy To Spare - Jul 27, 2010 - 6:01:04 PM
Plastics create oil with energy to spare. In the search for alternate fuel sources a process called Plastic2Oil (P2O) looks promising. It converts plastic waste to a fuel similar to biofuel.
Algae Biofuel - Nov 5, 2008 - 4:33:52 PM
Have you heard of Algae Biofuel? Algae is being looked at as an alternative for ethanol fuel in vehicles.
Biofuel: What Everyone Should Know - Jun 9, 2008 - 9:48:00 PM
Biofuel is a green energy alternative to gasoline for our cars made from renewable resources.
Mazda Furai Concept - Jan 14, 2008 - 11:40:00 PM
It’s hard to imagine that the market for high dollar exotic supercars is becoming crowded, but the reality is, almost every manufacturer seems to want a piece of the 200 mile per hour street car pie.
Concept Climax - Dec 27, 2007 - 1:42:00 AM
Three students of design at Coventry University were inspired to design a car.
Modernized Process Makes Ethanol a Viable Fuel Alternative - Apr 26, 2007 - 6:20:00 PM
A source of alternative fuel for your car may be sitting at the curb right outside of your home. The concept of converting garbage into a form of usable fuel may seem like an idea too good to be true. But, due to a production technique called gasification, the conversion
Ethanol Fights Smog: CRFA Consumers Urged To Use Greener Fuels As Smog Season Approaches - Mar 19, 2007 - 11:33:00 PM
As the first smog alert warnings of the season approach, Canadians are being urged to use ethanol-blended fuel to alleviate the urban smog problems plaguing many parts of the country.
What's Down The Road For Motorists? Biofuels! - Mar 9, 2007 - 12:01:00 AM
Biofuels, short for biomass fuel, is a near-term solution for motorists worried about gas prices and dwindling energy supplies. Biomass is any sort of vegetation trees, grasses, plant parts, grain crops and woody crops. From it we can extract a wealth of stored energy.
Ethanol Fuels New Opportunity For American Farmers - Mar 6, 2007 - 10:32:00 PM
As the United States seeks ways to become less depen-dent on foreign oil, American farmers are helping provide part of the solution. They are growing high-fermentable corn hybrids used in the production of ethanol.