Green Transportation

Natural Gas Deserves Support According to DOE Announcement

There are plenty of corporations, automobile manufacturers, and private parties in the world that continue to develop new and exciting green transportation technology every day. However, it is nice to see every once in a while when the government decides to step in to try and develop some of these technologies hand in hand with the automobile manufacturers to show their support for the technology.

Washington State Ranks 5th in Commitment to Green Transportation

When a state says "they are committed to going green" or being a leader in the green movement, the question one should ask:  What evidence do they have to show such a commitment?  In particular, there is of course a difference between a state saying they are committed and actua

U.S. Postal Service: Delivering Green

The first thing that comes to mind when thinking of the U.S.

Japan Prepares to Go Beyond High Speed With Maglev Trains

Japan has long been at the forefront of high speed rail development since they laid down the first tracks for the Shinkansen system back in the 1960s. Since then, the bullet trains in Japan have grown into the busiest high speed rail line in the world and serve as the example for what high speed rail can become in other countries.

Bombardier Aerospace Turns the Skies Green

Around the world, there are a variety of business and corporations that work towards the development of greener, more environmentally friendly transportation technologies. One such company is Bombardier, a leader in both the aerospace and transportation industries with an eye for efficiency.

New Hydrogen Powered Yacht Concept Finds Its Roots in Cold War Designs

The development of green transportation on the sea is a fairly interesting one when one takes a moment to look at it. The earliest methods of sailing were accomplished using “green” technology in the form of sails that caught the wind, while many of today’s designs are focused on using the sun or alternative fuels to achieve propulsion.

The Development of Scales of Greenness in Transportation

Modern Transportation Accounts for Large Portion of CO2 Problem--Time to Develop Scales of Greenness

Russia and the World Looks Towards High Speed Rail

Hot on the heels of the announcement of Russia’s first ever electric vehicle hybrid another announcement came about the bolstering of Russia’s green transportation systems. According to the announcement that came from Prime Minister Vladimir Putin, the country is preparing to begin serious work towards a high speed rail system. Russia isn’t alone on this plan either.

Analysts Say Battery Prices Are Key to Lower Electric Vehicle Prices

With all the electric vehicles that are being made available now and in the years to come, many are hailing the changing point towards a greener transportation industry as starting right here and now.


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