Campaigning in Georgia, Republican Presidential nominee Newt Gingrich took a shot at the Chevy Volt and the Obama administration's plan to revive the U.S. auto industry around electric vehicles.
In this week's Forum we venture into the exciting yet somewhat unknown sector of renewable energy: hydrogen power.
Hydrogen is the most abundant element in the known universe, which makes it almost inexhaustible, unlike fossil fuels. When it is harnessed to produce electricity and power, it offers a completely clean energy source.
This video has been making the rounds of the internet and appears to be a very simple way to start collecting the massive amounts of oil floating around in the Gulf of Mexico.
President Obama's State of the Union Address 2010 begins at 9PM eastern (6pm on the west coast) and I will be one of the 50 million or so that are expected to tune in.
Emissions-free electric vehicle travel seems within our grasp and cities are working on pilot-scale projects, but what about implementation?
Gas 2.0, a biofuels and transportation blog, has recently engaged competitive spirits in Portland who Thursday, challenged San Francisco to an "electric vehicle race."
The watt (W).
Bandied about in conversations regarding anything from car-stereo speakers to nuclear reactors, we take it for granted as self-explanatory. But is it? Just in case you are unfamiliar with the term and its usage, here's a breakdown a-la Wikipedia:
Geothermal energy technology is a very simple, clean and cheap technology that has huge potential when it comes to generating electricity and heating buildings.
But of all the mainstream renewable technologies on the market geothermal remains one of the most baffling to the average consumer.