OPOC: The Two-Stroke Engine Revived by Michigan Company Is Cleaner and More Efficient

EcoMotors, a Troy, Michigan startup company revitalizes the two-stroke engine, making it 50 percent more efficient than currently-used four-stroke engines and less polluting. Even Bill Gates and Khosla Ventures invested a total of $23.5 million in them.
Green Car Technology in a Light-Duty Pickup Truck

2014 Green Car Technology Award Nominee – Dodge 3.0L EcoDiesel

Green Car Journal's 2014 Green Car Technology of the Year Award will be announced soon, but at least we know the ten nominees, which...
Fun and Fuel Economy, Who Knew?

How Small Engine Turbo Improves Fuel Economy

Typically, even a low-boost small engine turbo can deliver 25% more power than its non-boosted sister. That means that even a tiny turbocharged i3 can...
Start-Stop Technology [SST] Could be the Next Logical Step in Helping Consumers to Adopt Hybrid Vehicles

Light Hybrid Vehicles May be The Next Best Thing

To reduce emissions and increase fuel economy, hybrid vehicles are a pretty good option that aren't nearly as expensive as pure electric vehicles. In the...

AB Engine 44% More Efficient Than Any Other ICE

On November 14, 2012 AB Engine, Inc. was granted a Chinese patent titled “High Efficiency Internal Combustion Engine” which protects and details a method...

International agreement to slash aircraft carbon emissions

Airlines are one of the harder sectors to decarbonise and reduce carbon emissions. 23 countries have now signed a landmark agreement to reduce carbon emissions...

Couple Drives 1626.1 Miles in Diesel-Powered 2012 VW Passat

Remember when you used to say clean vehicles couldn’t take you very far? John and Helen Taylor prove you wrong: after 90 fuel economy...

Volkswagen XL1, The 270 MPG Diesel Hybrid to be Exhibited in Geneva

Volkswagen XL1, a diesel hybrid that has a fuel efficiency to be envied by GM or Toyota: 270 miles per gallon, while doing 60...

EATR Robot Powered by Vegetation and a New, Efficient Steam Engine

Steam power is being revived as Robotic Technology Inc. develops the "EATR" as in Energetically Autonomous Tactical Robot - basically a robot that can have a meal of gasoline, heavy fuel, kerosene, diesel, etc and biomass, thus never having to be recharged as long as it has some wood sticks around.

European Union to Implement Drastic Carbon Dioxide Reductions by 2020

There will be drastic reductions in CO2 emissions for new cars and light commercial vehicles by 2020. The European Commission reported this news as...