As reported by my colleague Jon LeSage in his terrific publication Green Auto Digest, the most influential car show in the world, The Paris Auto Show, is featuring an enormous range of electric vehicles, spurred on at least some degree, by the scandal surrounding VW’s diesel emissions. Read more ›
Nearly half of all American families spend 17% of their after-tax income on energy costs. The recent data from the US Department of Energy (DOE) raise concerns on how little we are doing to save energy despite available information and technologies.
Since 2008, the DOE has been promoting building and construction guidelines that aim to cut energy usage. Read more ›
My first reaction to the concept of autonomous cars was not a good one. You want to replace the driver? We like driving. How about replacing some of the things that we don’t like, e.g., the fuel that’s ruining our planet with its pollution and constant wars? Read more ›
It’s the birthday of F. Scott Fitzgerald who said, “The test of a first-rate intelligence is the ability to hold two opposed ideas in the mind at the same time, and still retain the ability to function.”