CEO Elon Musk stated at the annual shareholder meeting last month that he was confident that Tesla would be able to roll out vehicles that could take the user from the highway entrance to the highway exit without touching… Continue Reading →
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[VIDEO] Utah may boast abundant energy resources such as cool, natural gas and crude oil, but the message Gov. Gary Herbert drilled home…… Continue Reading →
[VIDEO] The governor made the announcement at his annual Utah Energy Development Summit on Wednesday, before a crowd of about 1,300 people. The technology, a form of “liquid natural gas” could be used to fuel cars and cut pollution levels,… Continue Reading →
[VIDEO] Utah is one of a three states that will lead the way in the research and development of a cleaner, less expensive liquid fuel for vehicles.Governor Gary Herbert rolled out the details of the new program at his Annual… Continue Reading →
In 1962, German researcher Hanns-Peter Boehm suggested the versatile carbon atom, which can form long chains, might be configured into a chicken-wire pattern to create a stable molecule one atom thick.
The idea remained a theoretical construct without even a… Continue Reading →
The decision isn’t scheduled until June but already opposing sides are converging on Washington, trying to pressure the Environmental Protection Agency over the 2014 Renewable Fuel Standard for ethanol.
Last week almost 100 members of the American Coalition for Ethanol… Continue Reading →
The Hawks are out again. One of my favorite service organizations, the American Automobile Association (AAA), in conjunction with media outlets, has again attacked the use of ethanol in cars. It’s quite sad.
I will still keep my membership card.… Continue Reading →
“Why is it that we hear every day some new story about Elon Musk’s electric car, about Clean Energy Fuel’s efforts to build a CNG highway, or about some laboratory breakthrough that is at last going to bring us cellulosic… Continue Reading →
The concept of converting our abundant natural gas supplies into liquid methanol in order to replace oil in our gas tanks has had trouble gaining traction for several reasons, all of which are about to face change.
The first reason… Continue Reading →
Last week in Houston, Secretary of Energy Dr. Ernest Moniz told CERA Conference attendees that storage batteries may be the next big energy breakthrough. “It’s pretty dramatic,” he said. “The research is moving very, very fast.”
Indeed, if you’re looking… Continue Reading →