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Joint venture to fund filling stations
It's no secret that the automotive industry does business in a very competitive environment. Carmakers try to outdo each other in terms of product offerings' features, technology and even designs. It's practically a show of one-upmanship.Once in a
Automobiles to stop using fossil fuels
Can you imagine the automobile running on anything else but fossil fuel? Despite the emergence of vehicles that are fueled by alternative sources such as hydrogen, electricity or even solar energy, the image of a car running on gasoline or diesel just
A good look at the future
A highlight of our trip to Tokyo recently was seeing and feeling the new Toyota Mirai hydrogen fuel cell vehicle. There was a lot to absorb because it is such a groundbreaking car. It's like the Prius hybrid being introduced all
Check out the numbers
Have you ever wondered how an electric vehicle would fare against a gasoline vehicle in Philippine setting? At the 3rd Philippine Electric Vehicle Summit yesterday, Meralco's manager for the EV project, Anthony Agoncillo, presented his Big Test data pitting an e-
Catch the Mitsubishi Outlander's electric version
Typhoon Yolanda forced the Electric Vehicle Alliance to postpone the Electric Vehicle Summit originally scheduled for November. Now, the organization is set to hold the summit's third installment on February 27-28, at the Multipurpose Hall of Meralco in Pasig City.
School\'s best finish since joining in 2007
Sikat II, De La Salle University\'s solar car which had run in the 2011 World Solar Challenge, finished third in its class in the recently concluded 2013 running of the biennial race in Australia--the school\'s best-ever finish since
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