World’s First Zero-Emission Liquid Air Engine on Track for Testing this Summer

January 22, 2014 by  
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The world’s first liquid air engine will take a big step closer to reality this summer when U.K.-based Dearman Engine Company begins full-on vehicle testing of its Dearman heat engine . The nitrogen-fueled engine is designed to propel refrigerated trucks, providing an emission-free and fuel efficient ride. The engine could go into production in two years, saving U.K. heavy-duty vehicles 1.3 billion liters of diesel consumption and reducing carbon emissions by more than a million tons by 2025 while dramatically reducing air pollution . Read the rest of World’s First Zero-Emission Liquid Air Engine on Track for Testing this Summer Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: carbon emissions , Dearman Engine Company , diesel consumption , heavy-duty vehicles , liquid air engine , liquid nitrogen , refrigerated trucks , U.K.        

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Vukee Car Launches the World’s First Tesla Car Sharing Program

January 22, 2014 by  
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There are several car sharing services like Zipcar that offer access to electric vehicles, but vukee Car just announced the world’s first car sharing service to offer the Tesla Model S ! This spring the Palo Alto-based company is set to launch the first Tesla car sharing service in the U.S. Read the rest of Vukee Car Launches the World’s First Tesla Car Sharing Program Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: Car Sharing , electric car , electric car sharing , green car , green transportation , tesla , tesla model-s , vukee car , Zipcar        

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