Posts tagged with the keyword: ‘green energy cars’

World’s Fastest Electric Racing Car: Nissan ZEOD RC (Video)

World’s Fastest Electric Racing Car: Nissan ZEOD RC (Video)

The unique Nissan ZEOD RC is an innovative test bed for electric technologies. This is a seriously cool-looking car, and it produces zero emissions and goes faster than 300 kilometers per hour — yes, they said it’s faster than a Ferrari. History making? You get to decide. Also posted on 1Sun4All.

VW’s Vision Of Ecological Sustainability Takes Shape In Tennessee

VW’s Vision Of Ecological Sustainability Takes Shape In Tennessee

Volkswagen AG’s vision of ecological sustainability is taking shape amidst the lushly forested, green hills of the Tennessee Valley. Serving as a proving ground and model for increasing energy efficiency and reducing emissions, water usage, materials usage, and waste for VW plants the world over, VW America’s manufacturing facility in Chattanooga embodies the sum total of Think Blue, the latest five-year (2012-2018) iteration of the automaker’s global sustainability initiative.

Green your car with tree-based tires

Green your car with tree-based tires

How green can cars eventually be made? Well, in addition to solar power and hemp-based interiors, automobiles might one day sport tyres made from trees. Wood science researchers at Oregon State University (OSU) say there’s potential to use microcrystalline cellulose — something that can be made from almost any type of plant fibre — to [...]


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