Speculative Biofuels & Misc
Plaxx is an innovative marine diesel fuel made from waste plastic - of which there are essentially unlimited quantities - entering testing.
New Atlas report on speculative hybrid petroluem/waste shipping fuel using major waste stream from biodiesel production, glycerol.
The amazing Energy Observer plans to circumnavigate for 6 years using a combination of solar, wind, and hydrogen from sea water.
Scientists are making progress in harnessing electricity from algae in what could be a breakthrough in green-energy technology to combat climate change, although mass-market applications are years away, new research suggests.
A new study published in Science says that algae quantities will increase by 19% in the US.
Wave energy technology is ready to be combined with solar and wind power to create zero emission ships, says ZShips International CCC. ZShips is a Canadian company readying a proprietary wave power system that uses oscillating water columns integrated into a ship's hull.
The HybridMaster is a compact electrical propulsion system that can be combined with every type/brand of engine with capacities up to 45 hp and with existing propeller.
Researchers from the Shanghai Institute of Organic Chemistry (SIOC) and University of California, Irvine (UCI) have discovered a new way to process the millions of tons of waste plastic we produce each year into usable fuel.
California Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. has welcomed Norway to the Under2 Coalition - the global pact of cities, states and countries committed to limiting the increase in global average temperature to below two degrees Celsius. The news follows an agreement on green shipping between California and the Norwegian Maritime Authority.