Toyota Prius and Chevy Volt in High Demand as Buyers Go for Fuel Efficient Cars

April 10, 2012 / No Comments

Fuel efficiency has slowly seeped into our automotives as one of the principal criteria. Save the ecological concerns, the hike in fuel prices in the US has proved enough to awaken the consciousness of the car buyers. They are now on a spree to find new ways to stop fuel prices looting their wallet. And, apparently almost all car makers ...

Clean Green Energy On The Growth Path; UN Report Says

July 16, 2010 / No Comments

A recent U.N. report gives green enthusiasts good reason to celebrate. According to the report, in 2009, a lot more power capacity was added to the US and European countries from renewable sources than ever before in history. Mainly, power sourced from wind and solar energy served to be substitutes for conventional sources of energy.

Unexplored Oil and Gas Resources in the Arctic, Mostly Russian

May 29, 2009 / No Comments

They say the balance of power shifts with the control over natural gases and oil reserves. It might be the right notion with Russia, US, Canada and Denmark staking their claim over the region that falls north of the Arctic Circle. These countries would get back to staking their claims as scientists from the USGS in collaboration with international researchers have ...

Tokyo Says, “Companies will go green or else?”

February 25, 2009 / No Comments

Tokyo will soon require domestic electricity companies to buy surplus solar power generated by households at about twice the current price. The plan will come into effect as early as April the start of Japan's new fiscal year. Tokyo wants to promote solar power as part of Japan's efforts to cut greenhouse gas emissions. "Japan has already led solar power technology in ...