Posts Tagged ‘green fuel’

Cottonseed Oil Could One Day Power Your Car

Saturday, May 30, 2009 14:52 No Comments

Reseacrhers at the GMR Institute of Technology in Rajam, India, found that cottonseed oil could be a source of “green fuel” for cars. They discovered that the cottonseed oil was as efficient as petroleum diesel when used as fuel in small engines.

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The New Green Car Of The Year – Jetta TDI From Volkswagen

Friday, November 21, 2008 7:18 No Comments

The ecological model called Jetta TDI, launched by Volkswagen won the prize: “Green Car of the Year”  at the Los Angeles auto show. Is the first time when this award is granted to a car with diesel engine. In the final contest, Jetta TDI outran the 335d diesel sport sedan models from BMW, Fusion Hybrid [...]

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Green Fuel From Tree Fungus!

Tuesday, November 4, 2008 10:48 No Comments

According to U.S. scientists, a tree fungus could provide ecological fuel that can be pumped directly into vehicles. The organism, which was discovered in the Patagonian rainforest, naturally produces in a mixture of chimcale that is very similar to diesel, informs The Guradian. Fungus, called Gliocladium roseum, grows inside the ulmo tree in northern Patagonia [...]

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