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2011-08-11 Future batteries fuel EV adoption
The size and costs of future batteries are just some of the factors why it is difficult for all-electric vehicles and hybrid cars to break into the mainstream market.
2008-10-13 Fuel economy gets a jolt from electric field
Fuel economy could be boosted by as much as 20 percent by adding a small device that applies an electric field to fuel before it enters internal combustion engines.
2011-10-18 Auto IC to improve fuel efficiency
ST's L99PM72PXP automotive IC meets ISO 11898-6 regulations that aims to save fuel and reduce CO2 emissions
2008-06-12 Toyota's upgrades fuel cell vehicle efficiency
Toyota recently announced that it has developed a fuel cell hybrid vehicle equipped with the newly designed high-performance Toyota FC Stack
2007-12-24 Synthetic fuel recipe mixes reclaimed CO2, water, sunlight
Sandia National Laboratories of the U.S. Department of Energy is building a reactor that would use reclaimed carbon dioxide emissions to create renewable synthetic fuel by combining the CO2 with water
2007-05-29 Researchers study organic enzymes as future car fuel
University and government researchers are investigating whether a blend of starch, enzymes and water could produce hydrogen fuel for future cars
2007-05-02 Nanotech to build 'clean' economy
As products made with nanometer-scale materials and devices spread, a report from the Project on Emerging Nanotechnologies suggests to utilize nanotechnology to reduce pollution, conserve resources and build a "clean" economy
2008-07-16 Nanoelectrodes could cut hydrogen fuel cost
QuantumSphere Inc. claims that its nanoparticle-coated electrodes can make hydrogen an economical alternative to natural gas and gasoline.
2013-01-11 Hydrogen fuel cells hampered by high costs, says report
The "hydrogen economy" remains a pipe dream with hydrogen fuel cells turning a modest $3 billion market of about 5.9 GW in 2030.
2003-09-24 Fuel cells power up for notebooks
NEC and Toshiba showed prototypes of fuel cells that they said would find their way into notebook computers before the end of next year
2011-05-25 Engineers repurpose algae to produce hydrogen fuel
The Argonne National Lab team has modified the photosynthesis cycle with nanoparticle catalysts to allow algae to produce hydrogen fuel for storage and eventual use in fuel cells for electricity
2007-10-15 EC bets on fuel cells, hydrogen technologies
The EC has adopted two proposals on fuel cells and hydrogen technologies that intend to offer long-term solutions for sustainable energy and transport systems
2014-10-24 China operations fuel IMI's income
The China operations account for 38 per cent of IMI's total revenues. For the nine-month period of 2014, IMI's China operations generated $246.3 million revenues, 25 per cent higher than last year's due mainly to volume expansion for main customers in the telecommunications segment.
2006-09-18 Building scalable fuel-cell test systems
With technological advances in the fuel-cell arena, the dependence of society on scarce natural resources such as oil is bound to decrease. Not only will the investment in fuel cells prove fruitful financially, but it will also help reduce pollution and greenhouse gases. As demand for fuel-cell manufacturing grows, so will the demand for fuel-cell testing
2009-12-16 Asia Pacific green trend boosts fuel cells
The stationary fuel cells segment that earned $142 million in 2008, will grow to $1.9 billion by 2015, says Frost & Sullivan
2008-08-04 Report: Local designers fuel China IC market growth
Sales of semiconductor chips designed in China are hitting double-digit clip helping to offset slower growth in the country's IC market as OEMs focus on customizing products for the local market.
2015-08-19 Start-stop vehicle technology and battery management
A start-stop system is a small step on the road to re-architecting vehicle functions in the quest for better fuel economy. However, it comes with its own set of challenges.
2008-08-14 Freescale helps reduce gas emissions at Olympics
Freescale Semiconductor is providing MCU technology for ElectroJet Inc.'s fuel injection system, designed to reduce harmful emissions by 65 percent and increase fuel economy by 12 percent in motorcycle applications.
2011-08-08 Circuit protection units ease transition to new automotive technologies
Learn how circuit protection devices can address the challenges brought about by the demand for increased number of power components and high-data-rate connections in automotive designs.
2011-08-11 Circuit protection solutions target new vehicle trends
With electric vehicles and hybrid electric vehicles also addressing the world's energy and emissions crises, automakers and battery manufacturers are rapidly developing new materials and solutions to advance those technologies.
2007-11-16 Carmakers zoom in on green initiatives
The automotive industry is making strides in developing environment-friendly vehicles, determined to stay one step ahead of legislators through their own initiatives.
2010-08-13 Car drives 40MPG with sensitive morphing grill
The 2011 Chevrolet Cruze Eco is equipped with an automatic air shutter system that allows the car to change shape and cut through the air more smoothly to save gasoline.
2006-09-26 Slower electronics growth threatening Asia
The outlook for 2007 remains reasonably strong, as long as the United States doesn't pitch into full-blown recession.
2008-08-29 Renewable energy initiatives explore hydrogen, photosynthesis
Green energy projects are looking into ways to replace fossil fuels with renewable resources like hydrogen and photosynthesis.
2013-08-06 Hybrid, stop-start powertrains to drive growth for Li batteries
Car makers are aiming to enhance the efficiency of hybrid powertrains to meet tightening fuel economy and emission mandates in an intensifying market as more hybrid models are being developed.
2008-08-22 Green cars accelerate growth for automotive MCUs
Rising fuel prices and environmental concerns are accelerating electronic innovations in automotives, with automotive MCUs forecast to hit $6.3 billion in 201250 percent of which will be for "green" optimizations, according to Gartner Inc
2007-08-23 Bosch maps out future trends in automotives
Robert Bosch rounded up what it regards as the major future trends in automotiveslow-cost vehicles, multifuel concepts and better fuel economy.
2010-11-15 Chip industry faces turning point
Emerging trends could transform the semiconductor sector from a vibrant, innovative engine of the technology economy to a slow-moving purveyor of “me too? products
2006-10-31 Asia to lead IPTV revolution
Asia Pacific will lead the global revolution in IPTV in terms of subscribers, service revenue and infrastructure. The region's broadband penetration, supportive regulatory framework, will fuel the growth, reported Research and Markets
2015-02-16 World's greatest cars: Is yours on the list?
Much more than being able to carry us from point A to point B, today's cars have transformed from being a simple means of transportation into something short of science fiction contraptions.
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