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New Delhi to Go “Green” with Electric Vehicles and LEDs

In a move towards “green” India, its national capital New Delhi takes the lead, matching the country’s surging energy demands by using clean technologies such as electric vehicles and light emitting diode or L.E.D. lighting. The New Delhi Municipal Council will install charging stations for electric vehicles across 65 areas covered by its jurisdiction including […]

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Posted in: Electric Vehicles, Energy Efficiency

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The Indian Biofuels Sector – Constraints and Opportunities

This article appears to be a bit too positive to me, as the biofuels is going through a tough time right now, but as I have mentioned in an earlier post as well, biofuels have a bright future. Unless you believe that all cars will be running on batteries (electric vehicles are not as sustainable […]

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Posted in: Bio Energy, Biofuels, Policies and Regulations, Transportation

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Pakistani Innovator’s ‘Water Fuel Kit’ Makes Car Run on Water

Firstly, this is not a scam – this chap has invented a hydrogen-based car, so essentially a sort of fuel cell I reckon. What is not clear from the report is how the hydrogen is generated from water. The explanation that “the water-to-fuel system employs technology in which ‘hydrogen bonding’ with distilled water produces hydrogen […]

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Posted in: Hydrogen Energy and Fuel Cells, Transportation

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