Automotive News reports on Axion Power's grant to test lead acid batteries in hybrids and electric cars.
In the technology race to build energy storage systems for start stop hybrids, Axion Power is pushing an advance on the workhorse lead-acid battery.
Axion scores a $15 million deal to provide railroad ties made from the same material as the Army's plastic bridges.
Axion signs $957,000 contract to build two bridges for Fort Eustis from a thermoplastic structural composite it developed with Rutgers University.
Trailer for 'Part I' shows trains very similar to proposed U.S. high-speed rail trains, in contrast to Rand's original railroad track and bridge update plot.
The top two TVs on Amazon's bestseller list are small, portable TVs that have digital tuners and will work after the signal goes out on analog transmissions after June 12.
Indesit has developed a greener washing machine, using recycled plastics to construct its Hotpoint washing machines.
Defense Department policy shifts toward using more clean energy in order to increase national security and save money, which could have far-reaching effects, according to Pew.
Envision Solar announces prefab solar-powered structures for disaster areas and developing nations and new solar carports with tracking system.
The White House names the battery and auto companies that will receive a share of $2.4 billion in grants to promote vehicle battery manufacturing in the U.S.