Green Grand Prix July 6th, 2007

By |2016-09-25T13:29:36-07:00July 16th, 2007|Categories: Alternative Fuels, Automobiles and Energy, Bio-fuels, Diesel, Driving tips, Emissions, Ethanol, Fossil fuels, Fuel cells, Hybrids, Hydrogen, Nuclear, Plugin-electric vehicles, Podcasts, Racing, Safety|

Eight different power sources and fuels propelled 35 cars around scenic Seneca Lake on July 6th in the 3rd Annual Green Grand Prix.at Watkins Glen. This fully competitive Time-Speed Distance Road rally was co-hosted by the Glen Region Chapter of the Sports Car Club in Watkins Glen. According to Bob Gillespie, this is the only [...]

OPEC holding out? Iranian wildcards, natural gas for autos, DOE R&D alternative fuel budget & Congressional budget earmarks

By |2017-03-22T08:07:50-07:00November 16th, 2006|Categories: Alternative Fuels, Automobiles and Energy, Diesel, DOE (Department of Energy), Ethanol, Fossil fuels, Fuel cells, Gasoline (petrol), Hybrids, Hydrogen, Natural gas, Nuclear, oil, Podcasts, Politics, Video, youtube.com|

William C. Ramsay, Deputy Executive Director, International Energy Agency (IEA), talks about Iran nuclear energy and their oil. What is OPEC's relationship with IEA and is OPEC holding back their reserves? Do we want to use natural gas for cars when we need so much to heat our homes? How important is the DOE budget [...]

BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India, China) energy growth and emissions || Nuclear power status

By |2017-03-22T08:07:51-07:00November 16th, 2006|Categories: Alternative Fuels, Automobiles and Energy, BMW, BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India, China), Coal, Diesel, DOE (Department of Energy), Ethanol, Fossil fuels, Fuel cells, Gasoline (petrol), Hybrids, Hydrogen, Natural gas, Nuclear, oil, Podcasts, Politics, Video, youtube.com|Tags: , , , , , |

William C. Ramsay, Deputy Executive Director, International Energy Agency (IEA), discusses Brazil, Russia, India, China (BRIC)'s growth and national prosperity versus energy and emissions. Ramsay discusses nuclear power; the problems and what needs to be done to make it a viable energy for the United States.

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