Thomas Friedman, an op-ed columnist at The New York Times, often fancies himself an expert on the auto industry. He was a huge Toyota fan, lauding the company as the model for the entire industry, and openly contemptuous of pre-bankruptcy General Motors. He does, however, have interesting ideas... read more
Ethanol Blends Increasingly Common: Want Pure Gasoline?
Feds Ramp Up Funding For Riskier Renewable Fuel Projects
Two Tales Of Texas Tell Different Stories About Big Oil
Whether you’re concerned about national security or have green motivations as well, you might be eagerly awaiting electric cars and plug-ins in hopes of escaping your... read more
September 4, 2009 by Bengt Halvorson