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Tesla Motors, Inc., the company famous for making electric vehicles, is dropping “motors” from its name. Elon Musk, founder of Tesla, recently released a new master plan that shifts the company away from solely being a car producer.
When you hear the word fuel, the word “oil” probably immediately comes to mind. For years, oil has been the dominant transportation fuel, but according to a new report by the firm Lux Research, the market is beginning to shift away from the commodity.
Nat King Cole sang it first. Depeche Mode sang it New-Waviest. According to the lyrics of the famous Bobby Troup-penned song “Route 66,” which turns 70 this year, it was the best highway around, and people could get their kicks on it. But did you know the iconic highway is going green?
Air pollution in Europe is best described with one word: deadly. About 90 percent of Europeans live in areas with dangerous air pollution levels, according to the European Environment Agency.
Picture this: It’s a regular day at the grocery store. You choose some products, go to the register, and accept some plastic bags from the cashier to carry your groceries home. When you get home, a bag wriggles out of your grasp and floats through the air. Your simple plastic bag has now joined the […]
The newly elected mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, recently announced a new plan to fight air pollution. One of the biggest changes he intends to make is requiring owners of the worst-polluting cars pay a fee to drive in central London.
What do Justin Bieber and Volkswagen have in common? Well for both of them, it’s definitely “too late to say sorry.”
Georgia is a beautiful country: home to the highest mountain range in Europe, incredible views … and the deadliest air pollution levels in the world.
It should be a time of celebrations, party hats, and road trips: Gas prices are expected to be their lowest for the Fourth of July weekend in more than a decade.
Fuel Freedom is a non-profit with a simple mission: break America's oil addiction by bringing competition to the U.S. transportation fuel market.
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