Last November we compared alt fuel types against each other to show their costs and emissions per mile with data collected from the DOE, Alternative Fuels & Advanced Vehicles Data Center. This year, we decided to get more specific and compare the same alt fuels using the Ford E-250 as a model. If you have […]
“If you’ve noticed an overabundance of information about green technologies lately, you are not alone. If you’re like most people, you don’t have time to sift through all of it to get to the one kernel of wisdom hiding among the multitude of emails and blog posts. For this reason, Virginia Clean Cities and Birch […]
This month, the Flux Report gives a primer on biodiesel. This versatile, alternative fuel is plagued by misconceptions and misinformation. With data from biodiesel.org, we hope to clear the air on this clean burning fuel.
Last month’s edition of the Flux Report compared alt fuel types against each other to show their costs and emissions per mile with data collected from Clean Cities coalitions across the US. An interesting picture emerged. For June we decided to compare apples to apples. In this case, the apples are alt fuel Honda Civics. […]
This month, we changed up the format of the Flux Report to focus on some very interesting data from the Department of Energy. Using popular cars as guinea pigs, we compared the emissions and costs per mile of each of the different fuel types out there. Electric was the clear winner and Natural Gas surprised […]
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This month, the Flux Report highlights the financial perks of converting municipal fleets to natural gas vehicles. Using and interpreting data from a comprehensive report by NREL, we show just how profitable it can be to go green.
This month’s topic is Hybrid Vehicles. Combining data from the DOE and the Alternative Fuels and Advanced Vehicles Data Center, we show just how much better hybrid vehicles are for the planet and for your pocket.