EarthTechling’s Green Living editor was on hand for the U.S. unveiling of what could be the world’s most efficient car.
Green Car Reports takes a look at the question of why Europeans and Americans differ on the types of more fuel efficient vehicles they purchase.
Volvo says 1,000 of its highly anticipated V60 plug-in diesel hybrids will go on sale next year (price: $75,218), but mostly in Sweden.
The Delta D2 helicopter prototype, manufactured by Australia-based Delta Helicopters, is a self-assembled, diesel-fueled helicopter capable of utilizing biofuel and synthetic fuels.
Mazda has announced plans for a new diesel engine, called Sky-D, that looks to offer a reported highway fuel economy of up to 43 miles per gallon beginning in 2012.
VW’s line up of BlueMotion diesel cars beat out two hybrids to win 2010 World Green Car, showcasing that diesel continues to be seen by many as a viable green option to hybrids and electric cars.
A study conducted by Edmunds.com and examining various factors between hybrids, diesel, and gasoline-fueled vehicles, finds diesel-powered vehicles are more affordable over the long haul.
Aircraft fueling trucks at Los Angeles International Airport will soon themselves be fueled by an alternative form of diesel made partially from yard clippings.