Category Archives: The Future of Transport

What is the future of transport

EV, not ET

      Race for Wind is partly driven by the assumption that we wind need a vast increase in electricity. This is driven, in the main, by a belief that all cars will become electric in the future. Although there are … Continue reading

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No Scottish Steel for new Forth Crossing

The Forth Rail Bridge was a marvel of Scottish engineering, The Forth Road Bridge likewise. The New Forth road bridge, whatever it will be called, we are advised will be made up of 4200 tons of steel to form the foundations … Continue reading

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Petrol 70mph – Electric 80mph – Electricity Bills – Shale Gas

© Fenbeagle Unbelievable as it may seem, the arch villian Chris Huhne has come up with another crazy idea. He supports the 80mph speed limit but only for electric cars (Politics Show – BBC on Sunday). That seems like the … Continue reading

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Nuclear Energy Powered Car

The possible future of transport could be a Nuclear Powered Car Read this article on the greenlaunches.com website. http://www.greenlaunches.com/transport/nuclearenergypowered-cars-to-show-up-using-thorium-lasers-to-power-up.php May it not be fact that future energy technologies may have little to do with current expectations but will be a … Continue reading

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The Hydrogen Fuel Cell – Tomorrow’s answer?

This is a short video to educate you to where some believe the future lies. In this case a small airfield in the UK and a man in a shed. Or at least some clever scientists in a shed!

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Electric Cars

I love the idea of the electric car. I am less sure that the pedestrian will do as I have already nearly been flattened in a car park by a hybrid car reversing quietly without looking. Will they need to … Continue reading

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