Fuel Freedom co-founder and chairman Yossie Hollander and board of directors member John Hofmeister appeared on Sean Hannity’s radio show Wednesday to promote domestically produced natural gas as a way to reduce our dependence on foreign oil. Our segment begins at about the 1 hour, 18 minute, 40-second mark.
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Imagine a world where a global energy crisis has left us without cars to drive. Motor vehicles sit abandoned in junk piles, and on the sides of roads, because there is no more oil left to fuel them.
The flaws are leading to more rework and repairs than can be contained at its factory in Fremont, California, current and former employees say.
Fuel choice is at the heart of our mission: All we’ve ever wanted is for drivers to be able to choose the fuel that’s right for their vehicles and their budgets. It’s a basic right we’ve never had, because oil has a stranglehold on the transportation fuels market in America.
All around the globe, air pollution impacts people’s lives — keeping people indoors, leading to conditions like asthma, lung cancer, heart disease, and even brain disease, and leading to millions of deaths each year. And no, this isn’t just a problem abroad: More than half of Americans live in areas that have unsafe levels of air pollution. Most of that air […]
“Energy poverty comes at a high cost,” says Prof. Ahmed Rahnema, holder of the Fuel Freedom Foundation chair at IESE. Along with Yossie Hollander, the foundation’s chairman, he shares how the solution includes generating knowledge and getting local businesses involved.
Route 66, the historic U.S. highway made famous for attracting gas-guzzling Chevrolet Bel Airs and 1957 Cadillacs traveling from Chicago to Los Angeles, is turning green.
BP said Thursday it pegs its total cost of the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil disaster at $61.6 billion, the first estimate the company has provided since the spill. That includes a $5.2 billion pre-tax hit to profits for the second quarter this year.