• 2011 Nissan Leaf

    You might feel a little "green around the gills" the following morning, but a night of drinking Bruichladdich whisky from the UK helps to do your bit for green transportation. Mark Reynier is managing director of the whisky distillery in Scotland, and every day drives to work in his recently acquired 2012 Nissan Leaf. Bruichladdich does more than just make delectable drinks - it generates its own electricity, too. The power produced is enough to power the entire business, and there's always enough energy going spare to charge Mark's Leaf. The distillery uses technology that extracts gas from...

  • Whisky Bottles (source:  flickr/Mark H. Anbinder)
    Whisky-Based Biofuel Developed In Scotland

    There seems to be no end to the number of organic materials that can be converted into usable biofuel to power a car. We’ve seen fuel derived from garbage before, a race car that ran on chocolate, and even a Volkswagen Beetle running on fuel generated from human waste, and now we have news of a...

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