OilPrice.com reports on how the military is working with the private sector to developer a cleaner burning engine.
The Military hopes sophisticated power strips will help it trim energy use by 8 million kilowatt-hours annually.
“Lives depend on reliable communications nodes at these locations,” so the U.S. Marines are turning to solar power in Afghanistan.
An Army demonstration project at Fort Carson, Colo., will test using electric vehicles for energy storage to support a base microgrid.
The Senate rejects a measure that would have banned the Defense Department from buying alternative fuels that were more expensive than conventional fuels.
Congressional approval of the NDAA could eliminate approximately $10 billion in economic activity and thousands of much-needed jobs.
Green Car Reports takes a look at plans by the Pentagon to buy 1,500 plug-in electric vehicles to help it become more environmentally friendly.