Once upon a time, the car you see above was only a concept. Well…it isn’t anymore. This plug-in hybrid vehicle can charge itself in just two and a half hours using a conventional power socket. Expect to see this awesome car on road in 2013. No word on pricing though.
Some people like traditional bulbs while some like CFL. Also Halogens are faster to light up while CFLs are slower. However, in a situation where you want the efficiency of energy while you still want to your bulb to light up instantly without waiting for those precious few seconds, then this new “hybrid” bulb from GE is your answer.
Here is a concept bike Hybrid² that demonstrates how riding a bike is not only good for our health but also for our wallets and the environment. These bikes are specially built so that the energy used in riding it can get stored for further use. This stored energy eventually helps empower a complete hybrid bus system.
GM may not be doing so well financially, but it looks like their very own Volt may not have such a bad future after all. The company promises to make Volt more sportier and sleeker than the competitors, namely Toyota Prius and Honda Insight.