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Most Fuel Efficient Car

Written by Brian Hicks
Posted January 10, 2008

Green Chip Editor Field Palmer talks about the most fuel efficient car in the world.

Validating a Hybrid Bus Revolution

Written by Brian Hicks
Posted December 20, 2007

Green Chip editor, Field Palmer reports on New York City's latest moves to "green" up the city.

Smith Electric Vehicles

Written by Brian Hicks
Posted December 6, 2007

Green Chip Editor Field Palmer discusses the new zero emission Newton truck by Smith Electric Vehicles set for massive stateside production in 2010.

GM's Joke, the 2008 Yukon Hybrid

Written by Brian Hicks
Posted November 15, 2007

By Field Palmer: While GM is taking out ten page ads in major magazines showing off The Hybrid That Makes No Sense, two Aussies have invented a universal hybrid system for semi trucks.

Turbine Hybrid Hummer

Written by Brian Hicks
Posted November 5, 2007

More inventive than an average mechanic, yet more imaginative than an engineer, Goodwin is a godsend for environmentally conscious gear heads who demand 5 second blasts to 60 mph in two and a half ton behemoths, all the while getting 60 miles to the gallon.

Cellulosic Ethanol

Written by Brian Hicks
Posted October 15, 2007

Green Chip Editor, Jeff Siegel reports on how to profit from cellulosic ethanol.

The Carbon Market

Written by Brian Hicks
Posted September 20, 2007

Besides adding words like manbag (a male handbag), yummy mummy (an attractive mother), garburator (a garbage disposal), and removing over 16,000 hyphens from words like fig-leaf and leap-frog, the dictionary also added some words that can serve as a barometer for how the world has changed in the last five years.

Open Source Cars

Written by Brian Hicks
Posted August 31, 2007

In this issue, Field Palmer discusses 'Open Source Cars' and how collaborating communities are progressing with them.

Electric Cars: A European Perspective

Written by Brian Hicks
Posted August 1, 2007

With gas going for above $5 a gallon, an electric car that amounts to nothing more than a niche-filler in the U.S. sells like hotcakes across the pond.

A Profitable Day for Cellulosic Ethanol

Written by Brian Hicks
Posted June 28, 2007

The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) has been stockpiling seeds--to the tune of 500,000 varieties. Originally the seeds were kept to preserve biodiversity--and they’ll still do that--but now they’ll also be used to find the most productive crops for use as cellulosic feedstocks.

The Upside of Energy Legislation

Written by Brian Hicks
Posted June 21, 2007

More light was shone yesterday on this “controversy” and what it means for the aforementioned entities. You see, for every blow dealt to the Big Three and the coal industry, there’s an upside for Green Chip investors.

Formula One Gives Green Technology a New Victory

Written by Brian Hicks
Posted June 18, 2007

A technology called kinetic energy recovery will reduce emissions of F1 cars without hurting performance, and stands to revolutionize the way Phev's perform.

Wildfires, Whiskey, Celebrities and Money

Written by Brian Hicks
Posted May 30, 2007

On a recent trip through the Florida wildfires I stumbled upon a new cycle. This "Fear, Growth, Industry" cycle is almost complete in hybrid technologies and stands to make serious investors some serious money.

Fuel Efficiency Dictates Profitability

Written by Brian Hicks
Posted May 22, 2007

As Green Chip investors, we have the opportunity to exploit a number of different markets when it comes to alternative energy integration. And that certainly includes military applications.

"Forbes, Fetch the Mini, We're Going to Wall Street"

Written by Brian Hicks
Posted April 30, 2007

With heavy media coverage, rave reviews from automotive journalists and speculation from Forbes and The Wall Street Journal... is Hybrid Technologies the next company up for corporate buy out?