Seriously, A Ship that Could Run on Water!

We've all heard that conspiracy spewing hippy on the subway telling us, “No dude, the government has a car that runs on water.” Now we know our sandal-clad friend might...

Top 10 Energy Saving Gadgets for Summer

At last, I can confidently say summer will be with us soon! After one of the coldest winters ever, I know we cannot wait to stretch our legs and finally...

Which State Will Tesla Choose for Gigafactory?

Since the “great recession” began and jobless claims skyrocketed, states have been desperately trying to kick start their economies. There have been a plethora of efforts such as lowering taxes...

Green Fracking: New Ways for Cleaner Energy?

Hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, is a highly controversial subject. Those in favor of it would argue that its gains, namely cleaner and cheaper energy (as opposed to coal), certainly outweigh...

Dead Electric Vehicles to be Resurrected

Over the past few years electric vehicles have had a considerable rise in popularity. Last year, nearly 100,000 electric vehicles (EVs) were sold in the US, and 2014’s first two...

Big Ben Going Green?

The world’s most famous clock, Big Ben, might become green (environmentally green that is). In an effort to cut Parliament’s carbon footprint, the House of Commons has started a new…

What you really save when you drive 55

Back in 1974, the National Maximum Speed Law was introduced to cap speed limits at 55 mph. Signed into law with the goal of saving on gasoline usage, its opponents...

Tesla Shifts Gears to Enter Utility Industry

What do companies do once they’ve conquered their industry?  Move to a different industry, of course.  After its launch in 2003, Tesla Motors quickly became a force to be reckoned...