Sunday, April 11, 2010

Renewable Ennovation in the least likely Place

Check out the NYT column. You'll learn something...

Navy and Marines Aim for a Leaner, Greener Fighting Machine

Going green and renewable doesn't just save money, it may save lives of U.S. soldiers, according to military leaders who argue that a push for energy efficiency and a move away from fossil-based fuels could strengthen America's military.

"Every dollar spent on gasoline is a dollar that could be better spent on armor, or artillery, or machinery," Navy Secretary Ray Mabus said, speaking here at a conference at Johns Hopkins University's Applied Physics Laboratory.

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