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Jatropha, Jet Biofuel Produced by Egypt from a Range of Fence

The biofuel industry has had ups and downs, so the latest news should warm some hearts. The results of a new study show that biofuels used in jet engines a good shave off particulate emissions. For those of you looking for some good news about biofuels and carbon emissions should see some other studies, but […]

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Panasonic’s Environmentally Friendly Smart Town for the Future

Japan has recognized to the world that they have high concern in energy and environment. It is increasingly clear illustrated with new ideas and careful planning of an environmentally conscious town, which will be built in Japan. This project aims to re-build as much as it would be a building and to turn the former […]

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New Diesel-Electric Hybrid Double-Decker Buses for London

London has chosen new diesel-electric hybrid double-decker buses to become the main means of transportation throughout the city of London. According to an announcement from the London Mayor, Boris Johnson, the new buses will be activated and hit the city of London in 2012. This new model is called the “New Bus for London”, which […]

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Biofuel: Enerkem Transforms Waste into Ethanol

Enerkem Transforms Waste into Ethanol News – Do you ever imagine before that the waste can be converted into bio ethanol? Well, most people never know it. But, the first solution which will be occurred from this waste convertion is that there will be no more problems related to waste processing, no more piles of […]

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The Smallest Engine from Ford: 1 Liter EcoBoost

Ford will help the world to be more environment friendly in a unique way from the automotive world. Ford has announced that it will release a car with a 1.0-liter EcoBoost with 3 cylinders, an engine with the smallest capacity that is ever existed. The three-cylinder manifold exhaust, as one part with the cylinder head, […]

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