Here’s a short video featuring the Chevy Volt, the electric car GM is developing. Is electricity the transportation fuel of the future? The Volt’s lithium battery will go 40 miles on a 6-8-hour charge, and an on-board generator adds another 300 miles to the Volt’s range. The Volt’s per mile cost is 1-2 cents, versus 10-12 cents for a gasoline-powered car. The Volt’s sticker price hasn’t been announced, but is expected to exceed $40,000 initially.
Switching Our Dependence on Fossil Fuels to Renewable Sources Will Take Time By City Tech Blogger Anthony Romero
Preventing the increase of water vapor released into the atmosphere means we have to switch from fossil fuel production – our main energy source – to renewable energy sources. Climate change has become like a massive snowball rolling down the hill for some time now; it becomes more