About 550 green energy leaders attended the Clean Energy Resource Teams 2015 Conference. The two-day event, which started Tuesday, hosts breakout sessions to share developments in renewable energy projects around Minnesota.
The low-carbon fuel standard, known as the "clean fuels" program, requires a reduction in the amount of carbon in car and truck fuels in Oregon over the next decade in order to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Kevin Dupzynk talks about the Freedom, Wis. High School Auto Club with Senior Editor of Popular Mechanics, Andrew Del-Colle in Episode 9 of the Popular Mechanics Podcast: These Kids Know More About Cars Than You Do.
California truck operators were confident a judge will rule that the requirement for trucks and buses to be outfitted with diesel particulate filters designed to reduce air pollution is not so dire that that it can't be suspended until devices are...
The Boston-based Health Effects Institute's study concluded that exposure to new technology diesel exhaust does not cause any increase in the risk of lung cancer or other significant adverse health effects in study animals.
Local Motors, an Arizona-based company that employs 3-D printing to perform rapid prototyping of automotive parts, recently demonstrated the technology at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.
Across Washington state and the rest of the nation, automotive shoppers will be weighing their options in 2015 -- a pivotal year for a fledgling electric-car industry that is rolling out a record number of models amid a historic downturn in gas prices.
Gen Y buyers are not yet very active in the new car market, but with their interest in all things tech, GfK, one of the largest German market research firms, believes Gen Y preferences will be critical for the future the connected car industry.
German automaker Audi is exploring an alternative fuel option to help car companies achieve reduced emissions: e-fuels. And it looks like the company is making strides toward developing it into a viable solution.
Those who spend a lot of time on the highway may have noticed a new feature on tractor-trailers. Increasingly trucks are being fitted with aerodynamic features called skirts and fins that reduce drag and increase fuel economy.