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A new conversion process promises zero carbon emissions during production—but some question whether it will scale.
A U.S.-Chinese venture is out to prove the benefits of quick-charge buses.
Sandia scientists successfully test a machine that creates fuel from carbon dioxide.
A technology coming to Chrysler vehicles can improve the fuel economy of standard gasoline engines by 25 percent.
High fuel prices make the cars cost-effective in Europe.
Michael Idelchik, VP of Advanced Technologies, discusses energy research.
A solar-driven process could yield far more fuel than conventional biomass production.