So you have cars that spend a good chunk of time stopped at stoplights. Despite what you may have heard, it’s better to turn your car off when stopped than idling your car. This practice is known as “run-on” restraint. Back in the day, cars needed a heavy dose of fuel to spark ignition. But… Read More.
Convincing prospective customers of the many advantages of going to electric or fuel cell for their next vehicle purchase has never been easier. With all the different variants available on the market these days, from completely battery-powered, electric, to fuel cell, there’s something to suit practically everyone. Fuel cells as a power source for EVs… Read More.
Alternatives to fossil fuels are becoming increasingly more important for sustainable production, a cleaner environment, and energy independence. Today more than ever people are gaining concern about the environment. More and more people are looking into using alternative fuels including electric and hybrid cars, as alternatives to vehicles that are powered by gasoline or diesel… Read More.
The western world is completely reliant on petroleum. Petroleum is a liquid mixture of hydrocarbons present in certain strains of rock. The process of accessing petroleum involves extracting and refining materials from the earth to produce gasoline, kerosene, tar, oil, natural gas, and diesel. Organic materials such as plants and animals are the main compounds… Read More.
Clean Cities Coordinators Gather at Oak Ridge National Lab for the National Clean Cities Training Workshop. Coordinators from across the country meet August 29 through September 1, 2016 at the Oak Ridge National Lab. The three day conference was full of opportunities to network and exchange ideas on how to further accelerate the acceptance… Read More.