Last week, representatives from government, environmental groups, and the private sector met in Pennsylvania to discuss clean diesel strategies for continuing air quality improvements in the Mid-Atlantic region. That area includes Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, Pennsylvania, West Virginia and the District of Columbia. The Mid-Atlantic Diesel Collaborative is a partnership between leaders from federal and state agencies, regional […]
Browsing the "Biodiesel" Tag
Great news, car fans! The Ford Ranger and Ford Bronco nameplates will be making a US comeback if this $9 billion UAW deal goes through!
Ford, like Audi, just invested 3.5 million Euro into a facility that is making synthetic fuel from air, water, and electricity. Could it possibly work?
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.
Kia has a brand new Optima hybrid with an efficient diesel engine in the works, but don’t expect it in the U.S. anytime soon.
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.
Gm believes that fully 10% of all new cars sold in America in 2020 will have diesel engines under their shapely, futuristically curved hoods. Do you agree?
Lawmakers in D.C. have to act fast if they want to save The U.S. Highway Trust Fund according to Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx.
A UPM bio-refinery will begin production this year with hopes of producing 100,000 tonnes of wood-based BioVerno biodiesel annually.
The Biofore Concept car wants to knock plastic off of its pedestal in the auto industry, replacing plastic with wood and other bio-composites.
America’s farmers have it pretty tough these days. Despite being on the front lines of food production, they’re falsely vilified by the oil industry lobbyists for pushing ethanol and raising food prices.
The landscape of American energy is changing. Fracking has opened up once inaccessible resources at great cost to the American public and environment.
It is tax season again and that means the annual plea from the Obama Administration for eliminating $4 billion in incentives for the oil and gas industry.
U.S. Senator Lisa Murkowskihas suggested that the United States use its home grown oil as a diplomatic tool in an increasingly tense world.
It wasn’t long ago that the alternative fuel media was abuzz with the potential of ethanol, but out-of-date mandates threaten to add to gas prices and dismantle the government’s ethanol policy. Now the whole industry could be at risk. Very quietly in November of 2013, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) proposed scaling back the amount […]
Steam Whistle Brewing, a Toronto, Canada-based craft brewery that is an exemplary model of the green revolution infiltrating the brewing industry.