February 2011

Cars: Which Is the Greenest of Them All?

February 21, 2011

According to the American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy, The Honda Civic GX takes the gong. The Model is powered by compressed natural gas. Related Posts:EV Charging Station Powered by the WindIBM Wants to Extend Electric Vehicle Battery RangeNissan’s Electric Car Named ‘Car of the Year’ at Tokyo Motor ShowMitsubishi Debuts Solar Powered Charging […]

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Go Green, Scrap The Old Car

February 20, 2011

Guest post by Daniel Frank, Marketing Executive, Giveacar.co.uk Scrap your car and fuel the future: how donating your end-of-life vehicle can help pave the way for greener alternatives and raise money for a good cause. Related Posts:No Related Posts Found! Go find some…

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Big Oil Ordered to Pay Fine to Ecuadorians

February 18, 2011

On Monday 17 Ecuadorian courts found Chevron (former Texaco) guilty of environmental contamination of the Amazon and was ordered to pay a fine of $9bn in damages, the largest judgement ever against a U.S. company for environmental contamination. It was the first time that indigenous and farmer communities won a judgement in foreign courts against […]

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Web Tool Locates Utility Rebates Across the U.S.

February 16, 2011

If you are planning to buy a new appliance or carry out some home improvement, or even retrofitting to make your home more energy efficient, you may want to check out a new web tool that searches for rebates in your area. Related Posts:Energy Saving Web Platform Gets RevampComparing Energy Efficient TechnologiesApps to Save Electricity, […]

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Is Algae Biofuel Ready to Take Off?

February 15, 2011

The Mexican government is funding an initiative to demonstrate industrial algae production to find out how viable it is for use in large-scale jet fuels production. Related Posts:Algae Company Gets Key Distribution Deal

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