EPA Versus MPG Equals Wrong Debate

Changes to fuel-economy calculations will likely further incite hybrid critics, yet the real issue is Americans’ unrelenting thirst for gasoline In January, the EPA changed fuel economy standards to be more reflective of real world conditions. Craziness in our fuel…

ANALYSIS-Nigerian oil crisis may be prolonged by politics

ANALYSIS-Nigerian oil crisis may be prolonged by politics 19 Feb 2006 Source: ReutersBy Tom Ashby LAGOS, Feb 19 (Reuters) LAGOS - World energy markets could face a prolonged shortfall of Nigerian oil supply after militants halted 21 per cent of…

Article in Earthtoys Alternative Energy Magazine

There are so many television shows showing people tricking out their cars, adding better engines or doing just anything to make it go fast and be safe. Conversions of an electric vehicle do that and more. They allow the next generation to have a safer world without relying on foreign sources of oil while giving our kids really clean and cool cars to drive. USDOE states that more than half of the oil we use everyday is imported. This level of dependence on imports (55%) is the highest in our history. They even go on to say that this dependence will increase as we use up domestic resources. Also, as a national security issue, we should all be concerned that the vast majority of the world's oil reserves are concentrated in the Middle East (65% to 75%), and controlled by the members of the OPEC oil cartel.1

Governor George Pataki energy incentives considered a boon. Yet Clean Coal isn’t Clean.

Source: Albany Times Union Governor George Pataki's budget is going to promote high-tech projects and consumer tax breaks for saving on energy. This is meaning tens of millions of dollars in new research funding.  Tax credits and other incentives could flow into…

Canadian Companies, Agencies Launch Electric Mobility Network

The creation of the Center for Electric Vehicles in Canada is the first start in a long process. For more info type in Electric Vehicles In Canada, CEVEQ, or the EIN Staff regarding the article dated 12/14 or Contact: Pierre…