Exhaust-to-energy technology to bolster fuel efficiency

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US research team reckons heat capture technology could cut car fuel bills by 10 per cent

Scientists say that cars will be able to save up to 10 per cent of their fuel within ten years by converting waste energy from their exhausts into electricity. BSST, a participant in the Department...

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