Researchers In Israel Announce A Revolutionary Alternative To Fuel
Have Israeli scientists solved the fossil-fuel dependency problem? A team of Israeli researchers from Ben Gurion University have created a substance, made from water and carbon dioxide, which can replace crude oil to produce fuel using existing methods.
November 14, 2013
Giant Plant Will Turn Half Of Greater Tel-Aviv’s Garbage Into Fuel
Last week, a cornerstone was laid to what will soon be a giant refuse-derived-fuel plant. The facility will reuse roughly half of Gush Dan's (Greater Tel Aviv Area) waste and turn it into fuel in a eco-friendly way.
September 19, 2013
Israel’s 1st President’s Century-Old Discovery May Fuel Future Cars
A century ago Jewish chemist Chaim Weizmann invented a method of producing acetone for explosives – helping the British with WWI efforts. Now, scientists at UC Berkeley have found a way to utilize the same formula in order to generate a greener version of diesel fuel made from plants.
November 26, 2012
Fueling The Future With Algae?
A new company from Tel Aviv called Univerve is working to turn algae, a natural substance, into third-generation renewable fuel. The company decided to focus on algae because they do not compete for food resources, land or potable water as do first- and second-generation biofuels such as sugarcane, corn or wood.
August 12, 2012
New Cleantech Co To Power Cars With Aluminum Grains
The Israeli company Alchemy Research offers a new method to power electric cars by using energy stored in aluminum grains. According to the company, cars powered with this type of energy can reach 2,400 km per tank.
June 05, 2012