In June, the question was posed to a group of executives from various factions within the energy sector if the United States should begin relying more heavily on natural gas.
Beverage producer The Coca-Cola Company has announced a partnership with New Jersey company Liquid Light to help produce the company’s first 100% plant-based PET bottle.
Honda is reportedly developing a mid-engined hybrid sports car to compete with the Porsche Cayman and Alfa Romeo 4C.
The Audi plant in Ingolstadt, north of Munich, continues to grow with the addition of a new paint shop on the north side of the plant site.
The ECS Toyota Young Investigator Fellowship has been awarded to three recipients who will each receive $50,000 for the inaugural fellowships for projects in green energy technology.
HRH The Duke of Edinburgh, Prince Philip has presented the UK’s most prestigious prize for engineering innovation – the Royal Academy of Engineering MacRobert Award – to a team from Artemis Intelligent Power.
The Solar Impulse team has announced that its round-the-world trip will be delayed until 2016, after batteries overheated during the record-breaking oceanic flight from Nagoya in Japan to Hawaii.
Hyundai-Kia America Technical Center and Mojo Mobility, a wireless power technology company, have been awarded a funding grant to research and develop a system capable of wireless fast charging of an electric vehicle.
In less than a week (July 20) Californian customers will be able to request their own Toyota Mirai hydrogen fuel-cell vehicle.
Google has announced that testing of its self-driving cars has commenced in Austin, Texas, taking along two of the latest Lexus RX450h SUV’s equipped with the technology.