Each week our friends at Inhabitat recap the week's most interesting green developments and clean tech news for us -- it's the Week in (Tidal power making a big (ahem) surge /via @inhabitat http://t.co/M1P8r6gD...)...
Cellulosic biomass, a structural material in plants that can be converted into ethanol, is the only large-scale sustainable resource for producing alternative liquid fuels that can be integrated with our existing transportation infrastructure.
A team of students from Boise State University that participate in automotive projects announced this week that they intend to go for an existing land speed record for petroleum powered trucks of 215mph.
The newly-established Norwegian renewable energy company STRAUM merges three technology environments to become a leading supplier of wave, tidal and ocean wind power technology. STRAUM believes consolidation is the key to success.
Long Island Town Pioneers Closed-Loop, Pollution-Free Wind Power-Hydrogen Fuel System (Long Island Town pioneers wind turbine system to generate power for town’s fuel cell vehicles, http://t.co/ijcRrv2P...)...
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