Here at Fuel Freedom Foundation, we talk a lot about “fuel choice.” This is what we mean.
The Sierra Club commissioned a study that tracked automotive advertising in 2015. The result in a nutshell: manufacturers advertise for their gasoline-powered vehicles far more than for their electric-powered cars.
Countries — U.S., France, Netherlands — are testing ways to pave roads with solar panels. Their plans have skeptics.
The debate over the future of fuel efficiency policies is generating a lot of noise. But for consumers, these policies generate savings at the pump.
Oil prices edged up in tepid trading on Thursday, supported by strong U.S. data, a pause in the U.S. dollar rally and optimism that crude producers would abide by an agreement to limit output to prop up prices.
Federal regulators granted the auto industry’s requests for relief today on two key areas of the U.S. government’s light-vehicle fuel economy program that had sparked new tensions between the administration and the industry.
The oil industry must brace for five energy “tsunamis” that threaten to drag prices as low as $10 a barrel in less than a decade, according to Engie SA’s innovation chief.
It was a roller coaster year for oil prices. And little wonder.
In a bid to solidify his environmental legacy, President Obama is expected to announce Tuesday that he will use his executive authority to issue a permanent ban on offshore drilling in federal waters off the southern Atlantic coast and in the Arctic.
Our Mission: Fuel Freedom Foundation is working to reduce the cost of driving your existing car or truck by opening the market to cheaper, cleaner, American-made fuel choices at the pump.