A pilot project using bio-methane produced from a sewage treatment plant has led to the deployment of the U.K.’s first poop-powered airport shuttle.
Scottish start up Celtic Renewables uses waste from whiskey distilling to make butanol biofuel and animal feed.
Replacing gasoline won’t be easy, and it won’t happen overnight, though urban algae farms on highway overpasses could devour many harmful CO2 emissions.
Nissan and Renault have plans to take over Latin America’s light truck market with vehicles like the unibody Duster Oroch 4×4 concept shown here.
Chinese cuisine is all about frying things, and aircraft giant Boeing has a plan for all that used oil- it’s making it into a clean, renewable jet fuel.
The 2015 season of IndyCar racing will feature different chassis for the first time in years- here’s a sneak peek at the 2015 Penske Chevy testing at COTA!
The Navy has announced the construction of three new biorefineries with a combined capacity of 100 million gallons per year of military grade biofuel.
This 135 MPH 1984 Dodge Rampage was fitted with a 1.5 liter turbodiesel engine and fed a unique B20 biodiesel blend of algae and safflower seeds.
POET-DSM has quietly begun large-scale production of its patented cellulosic ethanol at its “Liberty Plant” in Emmetsburg, Iowa,
Researchers from the College of London have used a modified strain of E. coli to produce propane gas from glucose, giving propane renewable qualities.
Clean water and clean fuels are two of the most pressing issues humanity faces in the coming decade, and Algae Systems may have the solution to both.
Boeing is working to produce biofuel from hybrid tobacco called Solaris to reduce carbon emissions from aircraft.
Thanks to the tuning gurus at Switzer Performance – and the magic of E85! – this 1700 HP “Goliath” Nissan GTR hit 237 MPH … on a section of public road!
Cummins, the diesel engine specialist, has just announced a new engine for medium duty delivery trucks that runs on E85 – a blend of 85% ethanol and 15% gasoline – that can reduce CO2 emissions by up to 80%.
We suck at math, so maybe you guys can figure this out. If 30,000 hogs create enough manure biogas to run a 600-kilowatt generator, how much electricity can 10 million hogs produce? We’re only asking because the new 600-kW Storms Hog Farm manure biogas-to-electricity plant in North Carolina has just officially passed its proof-of-concept stage, […]
Using algae to produce biodiesel is nothing new, but could a battery built from algae solve the range anxiety of EV drivers? That’s the claim of its creator.