In 2011, we reported that the Volvo V60 plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV) would be coming to the U.S. We posted a follow-up that the information was inaccurate … at the time.
Chevrolet has officially introduced its 2014 Cruze Clean Turbo Diesel, which is powered by a small two-liter turbo diesel engine capable of racking up 42 mpg on the highway.
If you've ever watched an automotive race, it might surprise you that participants are actually striving for fuel efficiency.
The electric vehicle revolution is under way, but let's be honest.
Living in America, it may feel like it’s nearly impossible to wean ourselves off fossil fuels, but even our car-obsessed society doesn’t have it as bad as island-dwellers.
To their surprise, scientists have found that gasoline vehicles, rather than diesel, and contributing more to a major type of air pollution.
GM has confirmed that it will be leaning on some of its European expertise to develop the diesel engine that will power the Cruze when it hits US roads in in 2013.
A common additive in diesel fuel can cause liver damage, say researchers at Marshall University.
The rising economic and political costs of foreign oil, coupled with climate-change fears, have been driving the search for renewable, alternative transportation fuels in the United States.
Reducing soot emissions from diesel engines and other sources could be the fastest, most economical way to slow the melting of Arctic sea ice, researchers say.
Whether you're a fan of the U.S. military or not, there's no denying its role in driving cleantech innovation and deployment, from embracing solar power on the front lines to testing energy-efficient lighting systems closer to home.
U.S. military bases are required to keep functioning even if there’s a power failure, so typically they have backup systems that run on diesel.
Massachusetts biotech company Joule Unlimited says it's demonstrated a process for generating pure diesel directly from solar energy.