EPA Gets Approval to Mandate Greenhouse Gas Emissions
This ruling upholds the agency’s ability to control greenhouse gases. In the article it states, “The issue seems like a “no brainer” that the EPA should regulate greenhouse gases. However, dozens of lawsuits from industry groups and 14 states challenged four rules that aim to limit greenhouse gases. The biggest rule is the EPA’s 2009 […]
Diesel APU’s – taking a drink of water from a fire hose
Diesel APU’s have a fundamental problem in handling small electrical loads. They need to be turned on to satisfy even the smallest electrical demand. Even with more sophisticated variable speed APU’s, the minimum operational fuel requirement is from .3 to .7 gallons per hour. Fuel and energy is wasted; excess green house gas is released. […]
Greenhouse Gas Emissions and the Cost of Regulations – Idle or Not to Idle?
A few weeks ago I was driving back to Rhode Island from Ohio. We left Ohio at 4:00 AM in the morning in order to avoid as much traffic as possible. It was also 80 degrees at 4:00 AM. Traveling on I71, just south of Cleveland, we came to a rest area. To my wife’s […]
What are Gas Emissions doing to our air, health and planet?
Have you ever driven by a truck and thought “what is all that smoke doing to the air and environment”? With all the news on renewable energy, how can we sit back and watch and not be aware of how this affects our health, economy and planet? Trucks are a major source of smog, of […]
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