MDI Cat’s Air Engines Unveiled

MDI has developed a high performance compressed air technology. When it is compared to traditional gasoline powered engines, MDI´s engine is far superior in...

Quasiturbine Engine Works With Air

Since the Quasiturbine is a pure expansion engine (which the Wankel is not, neither most of other rotary engines), it is well suitable as compressed fluid...

The Magnetic Air Car: a Step Towards Free Energy Devices?

San Jose's West Coast Green conference from last week had a point of attraction: the world's first fuel-less car, made by Magnetic Air Car. They even say it will be produced beginning with 2010.

First Ever Liquid Air Zero-Emission Engine to Get Tested in UK

It is more than a year ago since we first introduced the concept of liquid nitrogen to be used in a motor, however there...

Compressed Air Bike by Dean Benstead Competes With Battery-Powered

Compressed air bikes may be the future of biking and may even compete with battery powered ones. Dean Benstead made one for himself and...

Could Liquid Nitrogen Work in a Compressed-Air Motor?

Automobile researchers have been looking into many alternatives to the petroleum-powered internal combustion engine , including electric, hydrogen, and even compressed air. What is...

Solar Tower – Produce Energy Using Air Turbines

SolarMission owns the license to breakthrough Solar Tower large-scale renewable energy technology with the potential to challenge the energy industry as it is operates...

Air Powered Motoscooter

The TV presenter Jem Stansfield modified this small moped to function on compressed air stored in two high pressure carbon fiber tanks, like the...
Peugeot 208 Air, a Hybrid Vehicle with No Battery

Peugeot 208 Air Hybrid Vehicle Goes Nearly One Hundred Miles Per Gallon

Mention “hybrid vehicle,” and most people probably assume you mean hybrid “electric” vehicle, but in the case of the upcoming Peugeot 208 Air-Hybrid, you...

Utah-Based Company Digging Underground Compressed Air Batteries

Underground caverns may have never been seen as energy containers, but a Utah-based private equity group promises to use them filled with compressed air to generate electricity the classic way - by spinning a turbine.