Alternative fuels for air, land

Despite certain setbacks, the march ahead continues for the development of alternative fuels for various forms of transportation. For air travel, many research-based partnerships are being formed. On the ground, some fuels are not holding their own. According to a recent survey from Washington, DC-based think tank Pew Research Center, a majority of adults living in all 50 US states said they favor the development of alternative energy over that of more conventional carbon-based sources. Based on interviews conducted Feb. 13-18 among a national sample of 1,504 adults, Pew reported that more Americans surveyed said the priority for addressing the nation's energy supply should be to develop ...

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