Delta2 an Australian aviation company is all set to take the aviation world by storm through its creation of worlds’ first biofuel-capable diesel helicopter. Graceville based aeronautical engineer Bill Whitney, has designed this very beautiful and stylish looking low cost helicopter for Australian farmers with large countryside landholdings and oodles of diesel to burn.
Bentley Motors is a name primarily associated with British luxury motoring, offering the world’s most exclusive driving experience. The brand has left an indelible mark on our conscience in terms of its quintessential status as a grand luxury car. The new “Bentley Aero Ace – Speed VI” concept by designer Gabriel Tam, however sets a new never before seen green ...
The overwhelming urge to break the physical barriers when it comes to accessing information whenever and wherever they may be has led to development of path-breaking technologies. HOLO 2.0 is a wearable next generation computer that helps us in doing just that stylishly with ease and comfort while taking care of the green quotient as well.
Hindenburg may be the only craft hitting one’s mind at the slightest mention of airships from day’s bygone, but you need to check out Belgian architect Vincent Callebaut’s, Hydrgenase airship to get an idea of just how green would be our future transportation systems by as early as 2030.
Ever new means are being devised to generate renewable energy harnessing ocean’s power in its varied manifestations. Only yesterday we brought to you NASA’s deep dive robot SOLO-TREC that feeds on ocean’s heat to enable its deep sea maneuverings. Today, it is “Deep Green” which exploits tidal wave energy to generate power.
NASA’s has learnt to harness ocean’s thermal energy to drive its new robot. Called SOLO TREC this wax filled buoy requires no battery change and completely relies on renewable energy for its oceanic maneuverings.
Man is relentlessly dabbling with technology in search for newer and cheaper bio-fuels to ensure a civilizational shift to alternative fuel resources that are environmentally friendly. One of the major reasons that prevents large scale use of bio-fuel is the complicated and time-consuming process involved in producing it.
The popularity of electric bikes is all set for a rise and shine especially when mobility gets difficult due to space congestion and increasing vehicular traffic on the road. Volkswagen recently revealed its two-wheeled electric bike at Auto China 2010.
Use of green technology is fast becoming an integral element of pioneering vehicular designs for mass transportation. Designer Krassi Dimitrov has come up with a unique design for an electric bus that helps cleanse the air of particle emissions from other vehicles.
Nature created trees to sustain life on earth, man is thinking of making trees to grow fuel. Weird as it may sound to our ears, but the day isn’t far when we would be powering our vehicles with fuel grown on trees, and not from trees.