fuel cells

Hydrogen-powered cars have the potential to end our dependence on fossil fuels.
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FCEVs also tip the scales as greener technology: While most purified hydrogen needed for cars now is made from burning natural
Legislators say Koch-affiliated groups pressured Republicans on the issue.
For three decades, I have been describing what is a major, perhaps a megatrend change in energy systems and their economics that impacts communities around the world.
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According to the Office of Naval Research (ONR), on his trip Mabus got an update on the five General Motors Equinox fuel
While nuclear energy in an ideal world would be an attractive option, reality is uglier. The problems greatly exceed the benefits. We need to shelve nuclear power as a viable option, and devote our attention to renewables.
IN TODAY'S RADIO REPORT: Getting "Gas"-y at the Oscars; Freakin' Frackin'; Natural disasters are expensive; Catastrophic flooding, drought around the world.
I have been anxiously awaiting an alternative to conventional electric power and the economic benefits that follow. Of course solar comes to mind, and while I love solar power, it can be expensive and because of the space requirements for panel installation, and is not for everybody.
A quiet fuel cell in your neighborhood beats an old coal-fired clunker or a jet-engine-style natural-gas plant anytime -- not to mention the larger menace of a nuke down the block.
Bloom Energy's KR Sridhar wants to change the world. Today, after eight years in stealth mode, the company unveils its revolutionary fuel cell and the world will decide if he's a visionary or a dreamer.
"We asked ourselves, 'Is it likely in the next 10 or 15, 20 years that we will convert to a hydrogen car economy?' The answer
Here's a weird take on renewable energy -- do you have pests? Specifically, houseflies? Then you might be interested in this
The internal combustion engine is approaching obsolescence, and other concepts such as Shai Agassi's Better Place electric vehicle network model a more promising future.
At this year's Los Angeles Auto Show, the 205-mile per hour, $100,000, 2009 Corvette ZR1 is relegated to the very rear of the Chevrolet exhibit, like the "adults only" section in video stores.
Foreign car companies that embraced green technologies rather than fight them are now the global leaders.
As we fight to lower energy prices and lay the groundwork for a clean, independent energy future, I can't help but ask -- how did we get here?