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Electric vehicles have grabbed the spotlight but the transportation sector is still going to need renewable fuel in liquid form, and plenty of it.

Fossil Fuels

Great timing -- Just days after the US EPA issues its long-awaited fracking report, Stanford University announces that help is on the way.

Clean Power

The Obama Administration is throwing $75 million at another one of those silly-sounding research projects, artificial photosynthesis.


Take heart, fuel cell electric vehicle early adopters! You can look forward to cheaper, greener hydrogen for your personal mobility needs.


Yet another sustainability threefer for algae: producing algae biofuel from municipal wastewater, removing pollutants, and saving energy, too.


Oak Ridge National Laboratory is hot on the trail of a new energy efficient graphene desalination membrane -- but there's a big, fat, methane...


Proteomic research has uncovered a whopping 1,750 unique proteins in switchgrass, clearing a new path for then development of next generation biofuel.

Consumer Technology

Whirlpool, the folks who brought you NASA's first mini kitchen for space travel, has a new space age energy efficient refrigerator in the works.

Energy Storage

The Japanese company FCO Power Inc. has just introduced a high efficiency, ultra-compact solid oxide fuel cell that can power an entire apartment.


Hyundai answers 10 burning questions about fuel cell electric vehicles in a missive titled "You've Got Fuel Cell Questions, We've Got Answers."

Clean Power

The proposed Desert Renewable Energy and Conservation Plan (DRECP) "Preferred Alternative" throttles clean energy development in California...or not.

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