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24 November 2010

Researchers to urge fuel potency by harnessing empty feverishness

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A organisation of US researchers is about to begin work on the system which uses feverishness from the vehicle’s exhaust to beget electricity and reduce fuel consumption.

Researchers to urge fuel potency by harnessing empty feverishness

12 September 2010

Helen as well as John Taylor world’s many fuel fit integrate retire

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The world’s many fuel fit couple, Helen as well as John Taylor, have motionless to retire after outstanding 42 fuel saving pushing world records as well as 88 overall pushing annals.

Helen as well as John Taylor world’s many fuel fit integrate retire



5 September 2010

E85 Fuel & Energy Vulnerability

Holden’s approaching recover of a so-called ‘flex-fuel’ VE Series 2 Commodore, which can run upon 100 per cent motor fuel or petrol-ethanol belends up to E85, has – nearby sufficient – coincided with Caltex’s roll out of the tongue-twisting take upon E85. Called Bio E-Flex, a high-proportion ethanol fuel will be accessible in 32 city servos initially, as well as is set to enhance to more than 100 stations inside of a year or so.

E85 Fuel & Energy Vulnerability

31 August 2010

Petrol prices stretch six-month low as well as pronounced to dump serve

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According to a Australian Institute of Petroleum, the current normal weekely fuel cost of $1.24 per litre is a nation’s lowest in 6 months. And economists are observant prices are starting to dump even serve.

Petrol prices stretch six-month low as well as pronounced to dump serve

27 August 2010

Holden Commodore VE Series II concordant Bio E-Flex locations as well as pricing voiced

Holden has welcomed an proclamation by Caltex of a initial locations where the high-tech Bio E-Flex fuel will be done accessible along with central pricing.

Holden Commodore VE Series II concordant Bio E-Flex locations as well as pricing voiced

20 August 2010

Whisky by-product butanol tested as biofuel

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Scientists in Scotland have discovered the approach of regulating whisky off-cuts as the biofuel which could energy cars. The main part, butanol – the rubbish or by-product automatically grown in the routine of creation whisky – has been used as an ingredient for explosives during a war. Now it seems a liquid has other purposes as well.

Whisky by-product butanol tested as biofuel

24 June 2010

Toyota, Hitachi investing in algae biofuel investigate

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Toyota’s research as well as growth organisation, Hitachi Ltd, has assimilated more than 40 Japanese companies and organisations in investigating the intensity to spin algae into biofuel to power its vehicles.

Toyota, Hitachi investing in algae biofuel investigate

27 May 2010

Daimler & Toyota group up upon fuel-cell record

If anyone was taking bets, not most would’ve put their money on the likelihood of the Toyota and Daimler partnership, yet a inform in the Financial Times Deutschland indicate a dual companies will

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