• 16Oct

    I’ve been a Mazda-fan ever since I bought my first car (a good old Mazda mx-3), and it’s so good to see them coming up with sporty, yet environmentally-friendly cars like this Hydrogen-powered Mazda RX-8s.

    These cars are 100% street-legal, and Mazda claims they’re the first ever street-legal Hydrogen cars sold in the world (they’re driving around in Japan, but not that much as they’re bought by companies as a PR-stunt, what a surprise)…

    Fingers crossed we’ll soon se more hydrogen/gasoline hybrid sports cars in the near future…

    mazda rx-8s Hydrogen

  • 03Oct

    There’s quite a few morality issues with using food-sources for bio-ethanol-making, so scientists all over the world are looking for solutions to this ethical question…

    Using wood chips to create ethanol is a great way, as long as we’re using the kind of wood Scandinavia is famous for — the kind that doesn’t kill worldwide photosynthesis…

    In an article titled Moving Away from Food Source Ethanol, Alternative Fuels Blog talks about this, and I think it’s an excellent resource…