Compressed air may be the future to green cars. However, this technology does not come with some minor challenges. Learn more about the future of air-powered cars, the challenges that face mainstreaming them, and the potential future developments.
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The automotive marketplace is shifting. Suddenly a traditional internal combustion engine (ICE) is not your only option. Do you understand your choices? The following is a guide to the pros, cons, ins and outs of the four most common new car power trains: Hybrid, Plug-In Hybrid, Battery Electric and
The high cost of fossil fuels coupled with CO2 emissions threatening climate change has led to an influx of proposals for renewable energy projects. However, the choice as always will come down to costs and which renewable energy type has the best short-term and long-term economic potential.
Wind offers an endless supply of energy, but the big question is how can we take advantage of this in the most efficient way? In this guide to harnessing wind power for energy we’ll look at the current technology and the future potential.
Farmers who grow barley and other cereal crops have had difficulty reaping their harvest due to wet weather prevalent in many parts of the world. This has caused them to reap wet barley resorting to the use of expensive grain dryers to reduce the humidity content before it is acceptable for malting.
The future of energy lies in renewable sources. What do you know about solar, wind, hydropower and biofuels? Test your knowledge and learn more about the energy sources of the future.
Wind energy is one of the most promising ways to keep nature clean and meet our ever increasing energy demands. Conventional energy sources are not going to last forever and our energy woes are only going to increase in the coming years. Harnessing wind energy can ease our pain to a great extent.