We can end our dependence on oil within the next 10 years, but it won't happen by magic. It's up to us to create the conditions necessary to give drivers a choice of fuels at the pump. Competition will reduce prices, cut pollution, improve health and strengthen the nation.
Fuel Freedom will reduce the cost of driving your car or truck by forcing gasoline to compete with other fuels. Competition will energize the economy, strengthen our national security, and reduce emissions that harm the environment and our health.
JBEI scientists have shown that adding carbon dioxide gas during the deconstruction phase of biofuel production successfully neutralized the toxicity of ionic liquids. The technique, which is reversible, allows the liquid to be recycled, representing a major step forward in streamlining the biofuel…
This article maintains that outdoor exercise, even in heavily polluted cities, is better than no exercise at all — up to a point. Switching to cleaner, alternative fuels will decrease air pollution and ensure people can exercise outdoors as much as they want. ... See MoreSee Less
Regulators failed to predict gas prices and the make up of the fleet, but they did correctly predict where the vehicle technology would be, and that alone is a huge boon to anyone who cares about climate change or air quality. ... See MoreSee Less
The biggest news in energy policy circles this week was the release by federal regulators of a mid-term report on U.S. fuel-economy standards. The report delivered a bit of bad news: Instead of achieving the original, headline-grabbing efficiency target of 54.5 miles per gallon (mpg), the fleet of n...
This is great and all, but neither here nor in Paris have countries around the world adequately addressed the 23 percent of GHG emissions that come from transport. We won't meet any of our climate (or air quality) goals unless we start implementing alternative transport fuels. ... See MoreSee Less