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When Zero Means Zero

Perhaps the climate scientists have it wrong, but until proven otherwise we have to go with their conclusion that anthropogenic CO2 emissions must drop to zero… 350 more words


BMW i8: Serious Fun

It has been 15 years since the last BMW 8 Series rolled off the production line. The Grand Touring Coupé was one of the sleekest models of its time and has become known as a modern classic, having never been replaced… until now. 467 more words


Formula E: The Next Best Thing

In another post, I mention three road-going super cars which make use of the hybrid engine technology currently found in Formula 1 racing. Until now, Formula 1 has been the pinnacle of automotive development, but there is a new racing series about to get under way which goes beyond the cutting edge of engineering by removing the engine all together. 518 more words


Tesla Model S: World Green Car of the Year 2013

(First published in 2013)
For the first time since the awards’ inauguration, an all-electric battery powered car has been named World Green Car of the Year at the New York International Auto Show. 543 more words


Citroen C-Zero: Coming to a campus near you

Citroen has launched its first all electric car of the modern era in the guise of the C-Zero. Despite a worldwide reputation for innovative engineering and design, the French car-maker has opted to buy-in the design and technology from renowned Japanese firm Mitsubishi. 468 more words


Cure vs Disease

On Dec 12, 2015, the 21st United Nations Climate Change Conference wrapped up with member states making a non-binding commitment to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and to hold global average temperature change to 2 degrees above pre-industrial  baseline. 357 more words


Vic Bishop @ Waking Times - Australia First to Receive Electricity Using Zero-emission Wave Energy Generators - 1-11-16

By Vic Bishop, Waking Times, January 11, 2016

Wave energy technology has finally proved its feasibility to provide renewable, clean energy on a mass scale. 472 more words