Article - 7 Sep 2018
In our daily life, we are profoundly dependent on non-renewable energy like fossil fuels to run trains, buses, cars, airplanes, ships and many others. But these fossil fuels are limited and are...
Article - 24 Jul 2018
Solar panels have long been a source of reliable green energy. With the emergence of solar road technology there have been many new projects around the globe.
Article - 16 May 2018
Generating power while facilitating travel at the same time, solar highways could be the roads of the future. We essentially have the technical know-how to make them, so why aren’t solar highways...
Article - 21 Aug 2017
Carbon dioxide is naturally present within the atmosphere, but has the potential to cause harm as it also accounts for over 80% of the harmful greenhouse gases that are emitted into the environment as...
Article - 1 Aug 2017
Beginning in 2013, a team of Researchers from West Virginia University (WVU), funded by the International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT)1, began their study assessing the nitrogen oxide (NOx)...
Article - 19 Apr 2017
The manufacturing and transportation process of water is particularly wasteful. It is estimated that over 17 million barrels of oil are required to produce plastic bottles each year, which is enough...
Article - 19 Jul 2016
In 1890, Des Moines, Iowa native chemist William Morrison engineered the first successful electric car, which was capable of a top speed of 14 miles per hour while holding up to six passengers.
Article - 14 Jun 2016
As one of the cleanest sources of energy in the world, solar energy offers a completely renewable and environmentally friendly way to generate electric power.
Article - 16 Jul 2015
Originally established as a stopover point for Dutch traders on the spice route to the Far East, South Africa has overcome a number of massive obstacles to emerge as a modern economic powerhouse.
Article - 8 Jun 2015
Comprised of the separate countries of England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland, the United Kingdom is home to more than 66.5 million people living within almost 95,000 square miles.