The end of the internal combustion engine

The end of the internal combustion engine

Could the end of the internal combustion engine come in the next 8 years? Stanford University economist Tony Seba believes ...
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Transitioning away from fossil fuels

This video (courtesy of NEI Investments) briefly outlines the approach employed by the Ethical Funds management team to encourage the transition away ...
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The solar game changer

Imagine a world fueled by cheap, clean, abundant solar energy. Deep thinkers believe that day is just around the corner ...
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World gets 22% of energy from renewable sources

Here is an interesting report from the Wall Street Journal, with some nice graphics that show who is leading the way ...
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Crossroads – Peak oil or awash in it?

It is no longer news to suggest that the world stands at an energy crossroads. But the signs at this ...
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Oil and Water

I was standing on a beach in Bermuda in the summer of 1976, taking a break from my on-the-job training ...
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Up the Creek With Micro-Hydro

Robert Fraser President and CEO Max Pacific Power Inc. Dear Bob, Thanks for sending me the Offering Memorandum and Subscription ...
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Sustainable Oil Sands?

I’ve just spent a couple of hours examining an impressive document, perhaps the most remarkable of its kind produced by ...
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Collateral Damage

Buried amongst the memorabilia I’ve collected through my life is a thank you letter I once received from the Master ...
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Corn Season

I was recently offered a stake in the burgeoning ethanol industry. As many acres of Brazilian farmland as I could ...
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Capturing the Wind

My nephew Alex had a good laugh at my expense recently. I was showing off my new MP3 player and ...
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Treating an Addiction

When President Bush recently expressed his view that Americans were addicted to oil, many must have wondered what took him ...
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