Auto giants General Motors and Honda have announced a joint venture to build hydrogen fuel cell systems to power electric automobiles.
Archive for month: January, 2017
Last week Paris suffered its fourth smog of the winter and tried a new idea to protect its residents from the worst effects.
Blue Bird Corp. in Fort Valley has been awarded $4.4 million to develop a zero-emission, vehicle-to-grid electric school bus.
Countries will need far more capacity to capture carbon and store it to reach their emissions reductions goals as outlined in the Paris agreement, study concludes.
At the end of the movie Back to the Future, mad scientist Emmett “Doc” Brown reappears with his time-traveling DeLorean, newly powered by garbage thanks to a fictional recycling reactor from the future called Mr. Fusion.
BNSF Railway Co will start offering discounts to ethanol shippers this April if they agree to use new, safer train cars, as it pushes to scrub puncture-prone ones from its rail lines at a faster pace than required by U.S. regulations.
Analysts are raising their oil price forecasts for the first time in five months, even as they continue to see a plethora of risks for this market.
Hawaii has the most aggressive renewable energy targets in the nation, aiming for its utilities to get 100 percent of their electricity from renewable sources by 2045.
General Motors Co will cut 625 jobs at its auto assembly plant in Ingersoll, Ontario, by the end of July as it moves some production work to Mexico, the president of Canada’s largest auto workers union said on Friday.
President Donald Trump’s pledge to ease environmental regulations hands automakers a second chance to amend the U.S. vehicle efficiency standards that the Obama administration sought to finalize in its final days.