Category Archives: Cogeneration

The dark side of biofuels

(October 22, 2008) As the world seeks alternatives to fossil fuels (petrol, oil, diesel) that have caused climate change, the focus is gradually shifting to biofuels that are believed to be efficient and friendly to the environment. Continue reading

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Hydrogen: Running energy policy on hype

(Jun. 12, 2003) Californian Sam Leach knew that hydrogen was a winner. Near the time of the first Middle East Oil crisis in the early 1970s, Leach convinced gullible American investors to give him US$1-million on the strength of his claim that he had built a car that used ordinary water as a fuel. Continue reading

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