Working with industrial partners, Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) has experimented with what they are calling as ‘additive manufacturing integrated energy’ (AMIE). The project included a 3D printed, two-seater, natural gas-powered hybrid electric vehicle and a solar-powered building. The 38x12x13-foot building is 3D printed, and was designed
Volkswagen, considered a credible and reputed car manufacturer until it was exposed by Environmental Protection Agency last Friday, has shattered the trust of millions of consumers around the world as well intentionally cheated governments by manipulating emission tests. Volkswagen CEO,Martin Winterkorn, accepted the company has
Apple’s electric car might arrive by 2019, as per new report by the Wall Street Journal. WSJ informs that Apple’s team, working on a project codenamed ‘Titan’, has been upgraded to 1,800 employees from 600 previously. The information, according to WSJ, came from its secret
At this year’s Frankfurt Motor Show in Germany, the mounting pressure of tighter emission regulation on carmakers is clearly visible.
Electric vehicles shined during the Frankfurt Motor Show, which is held every two-years in Germany. The auto show hardly needs an introduction, it makes for a perfect platform for luxury car makers to announce their new models to the world. This year, luxury and electric cars dominated the
The best-selling electric car, the one and only, Nissan Leaf has made a comeback with upgraded battery capacity and over 100 km range on a single charge.
A couple of months ago, Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DRMC) had planned to switch to renewable energy for its various stations.
Amidst dropping popularity of diesel cars, Maruti Suzuki, India’s largest car maker, has announced the Ciaz hybrid model at a starting price of Rs 8.23 lakh.
After successful trials of solar-powered coaches, now Indian railway is mulling to set up solar thermal plants on land owned by Railways. The step can go a long way in cutting diesel consumption, reducing carbon emissions along-with cost cutting.
David Kriston, a 46-year-old Australian has created world’s first hybrid petrol/electric bicycle using UP Mini 3D printer within small build volume of 120x120x120 mm.