April 14th, 2013
For a long time, we have been dependent on fossil fuels such as oil and gas. That has not been a good thing both in terms of how polluting these fuel sources are and the fact that they are nonrenewable. Thankfully, we do not have to be dependent on these things. There are alternatives. We just need to make the shift.
One obvious shift is to use cleanly created electric in order to fuel our cars, heat our homes, etc. How to do that? There are two primary ways of doing Read the rest of this entry »
November 26th, 2012
Alternative fuel automobiles and, really, any other kind of automobile – if you haven’t taken the time to insure it, you’re going to want to do that immediately. In fact, take a moment and open up another window. There are tons of sites that can help you get started on that – click here to check out one.
In the meantime, let’s talk about why you need insurance for that car. It’s especially important to get your alternative fuel automobile insured because they are often the most expensive.
Below are just a few reasons why you should get that car insured:
1.) You don’t want to tackle the costs for repairs on an uninsured car. Cars that run on alternative fuel are expensive enough already. Even a minor little fender bender could really break the bank if you aren’t insured.
2.) Maybe you don’t think you’ll ever get into an accident – maybe you think you’re the best driver around. Unfortunately, other people might not be as skilled. Not to mention accidents aren’t the only thing that can damage your car. Weather, poor road conditions; these can also hurt your car and wallet.
3.) If you’re reading this and you’re living in the States, it’s probably mandatory. In some parts of this country, they don’t even let you renew or sign-up for your license at the DMV without first having auto insurance squared away.
July 3rd, 2012
Alternative fuels are interesting options for people that want to save the environment. Using alternative fuels can also help individuals save money. Instead of purchasing gas that is high in our current economy, individuals could use alternative fuels like certain oils from cooking. These alternative fuels are available and abundant and act as a great replacement to current fuels used today. The threat of current energy sources becoming scarce gives law makers and ordinary citizen the Read the rest of this entry »
July 1st, 2012
In today’s global society, we have come to discover that alternative fuels are much better to use than our old primary source of energy: fossil fuels. We have grown accustomed to using our natural gas, coal and oil for energy to heat our homes and operate our automobiles. The trouble with fossil fuels is that they are non renewable. One day we will run out of fossil fuels completely.
Today, fossil fuels and nuclear energy supply 93 percent of our energy resources. Only about 7 percent are being utilized from alternative energy sources. The problem lies Read the rest of this entry »
June 29th, 2012
Alternative fuels are an option that is increasing in popularity to the continued use of refined fuels such as gasoline and diesel. There are fuels that are made from renewable sources and do not use any type of petroleum product. The increasing use alternative fuels is vital o the reduction of greenhouse gases that cause pollution and are blamed for global warming.
Alternative fuels come in many forms that include electricity, ethanol and biodiesel. The most common of the alternative fuels that are in Read the rest of this entry »
June 26th, 2012
You may be surprised at the many advantages of using alternative fuels. Even though it seems that using things such as regular electricity to power your home, the benefits in the long term show that alternative fuels are worth the cost in the long run.
Fuels that don’t have petroleum in their base are alternative fuels. Wind turbines and solar energy are both great examples of an alternative fuel. Recently more developments in natural gas engines, biodiesel and hydrogen cells have been Read the rest of this entry »
June 25th, 2012
Those who don’t want to help pollute the planet and deplete the world’s supply of fossil fuels are probably curious about the new alternative fuels in development. Which is the best alternative fuel? It really depends on what somebody is trying to power, and there are good options depending on what people are going to use it for. Those who want to add some alternative power to their homes can try to harness the sun by getting solar powered panels on Read the rest of this entry »