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Brazilian Researchers Discover Method to Make Green Cars Fruity

In the quest to build the greener car, a lot of the focus goes into the type of fuel that will be used to keep the automobile moving and just how efficient the car is at using that fuel source. However, it is worth noting that there are many different ways to work towards creating a green vehicle that is fuel efficient and environmentally friendly.

Georgia Tech to Enter World Solar Challenge With the Audi TT SA-EV

This October, for the first time since 2009, the World Solar Challenge will be held to see what the best and the brightest from universities and companies around the world can bring together for a race spanning Australia from North to South.

How has the Green Transportation Sector Faired in the Recession?

Does the green transportation sector exist?  Are there really jobs within it?  On one side of the debate, those who are environmentalists, business-people, and others argue how the green sector does exist and has created jobs especially in this poor economy.

Austin, TX Leading the Way with Plug-In Hybrids

Reducing the amount of oil consumed and still being able to drive--sounds like one of those too good to be true commercials.

Green Transportation in California

Going from green to gold requires new and innovative ways of thinking.

New Artega SE Set to Help Those with a Need for Electric Speed

Electric sports cars seem to be something of a novelty when compared to the amount of people who will probably be buying them. Still, since there has always been a market for people who desire speed and power in their automobiles there is no reason why that cannot be delivered with electricity.

The Air Forces Finds That the Raptor can Fly a Little Greener

For some time now, the adoption of biofuels in aviation as an alternative to pricey fossil fuels has been on the minds of the various branches of the United States Armed Forces. Each branch has their own plan when it comes to adopting biofuels and each has been testing them out over the years. Last year, the U.S. Air Force flew an A-10 Warthog entirely under the power of biofuels and the U.S.

Florida's Costly Mistake

High speed rail--what can possible be wrong with it?  It creates jobs which are sorely needed especially in today's fragile economy.  It is great for the environment in terms of taking drivers off the road.

Which Cities are the Best for Public Transportation?

Many commuters in large metropolitan areas and in big cities both here in the U.S. and globally rely on public transportation for getting to and from places.

Nissan--It's Electric

The electric car is growing in popularity as an alternative to the traditional car and truck run on gasoline.


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