Nick Butler, who is a regular writer in the Financial Times on energy matters, writes an interesting article on the recent developments in producing a solar powered car. Butler believes that technology, rather than negotiations or enforced sacrifices, is the way to achieve a sustainable energy system and that view comes out quite clear in this article. What is your view?
The shape of things to come: the solar powered car of the future
Meet EVA — the latest racing car. EVA has an elegant shape, with aerodynamics worthy of any of the cars which race in Formula One. The difference is that EVA is solar powered.
Some readers asked recently why I don’t write more about climate change. One answer is that there are plenty of blogs on the topic — some of which are excellent. But the real reason is that the current state of the debate on…
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