More Efficient Cars Than Ever

  New cars are more efficient than ever, according to researchers at the University of Michigan’s transportation research institute.   The data on the fuel economy of new cars and trucks showed a strong improvement of 4.7 miles-per-gallon since fall of 2007.   The information collected was for fuel ratings, not actual fuel consumption. In fact, […]

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4 Ways to Make Transportation Fuel More Sustainable

  There’s no denying that transportation fuel systems could become more sustainable, but how?   In June 2013, BSR held a four-part series discussion to help companies understanding the greatest sustainability impacts of transportation fuel systems, and what can be done to make them more efficient.   The discussion included 185 representatives from fleet operators, […]

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The Natural Gas Boom is Coming

  America is on the brink of a long-term economic boom, according to author Charles Morris in his new book, "Comeback: America's New Economic Boom."   In the book, Morris argues that the natural gas boom "will encourage investment in America's infrastructure, increase productivity, and create millions of middle-class jobs."   During an interview with […]

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Natural Gas for a More Sustainable World

  Natural gas is one of the developing technologies that have many opportunities. But will those opportunities contribute to a more sustainable world? examines several benefits of natural gas. "Natural gas is seen as a provider of a cleaner energy alternative with significantly lower emissions when you compare a natural gas-fired plant with […]

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Renewable Energy to Double or Triple in 6 Years

  In 2016, electrical generation will largely come from renewables, according to the International Energy Agency's (IEA) Medium-Term Renewable Energy Market Report. Solar and wind will surpass natural gas, doubling nuclear output and coming in second only to coal in power generation.   Global renewable electricity generation is expected to grow from 4,860 terawatt-hours in 2012 […]

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The Natural Gas Highway is Open

  America has made great progress towards a more efficient energy plan, especially since the Pickens Plan launched in July 2008.   Watch this video with T. Boone Pickens discussing how the Natural Gas Highway can now link one end of the country with the other.     Source: LinkedIn

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Lower Natural Gas Price May Reduce Electricity Costs

Natural gas-fueled plants across the country are helping drive down electricity prices said PJM Interconnection. A wholesale power market administrator, PJM found that new natural gas power plants coming on line are reducing capacity prices. This however, does not spell out lower prices for consumers and businesses. But the energy purchased for peak times helps ensure […]

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Is a Solar Energy Boom Coming Soon?

Much like natural gas, solar power is getting easier to store, and at a much lower price. The total solar energy hitting Earth each year is equivalent to 12.2 trillion watt-hours, so why isn't solar energy used more? Currently, photovoltaic solar panels produce only 0.7 percent of the energy the world uses. The U.S. Department […]

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Natural Gas Vehicles Will Catch On

According to the Bloomberg Businessweek, there could be 25 million natural gas vehicles on roads worldwide by 2019. The gas shale revolution turned the U.S. into the world's second-largest natural gas producer, and increased supply enough to meet current U.S. consumption for 100 years. The U.S. already has 1,000 natural gas fueling stations (half of […]

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