CARBON CARDS: The EPA announced Thursday that it has selected a program to test cars with carbon fiber and carbon-fiber materials as the nation’s first nationwide carbon-based car and car seat systems.
The carbon-carbon program will use the same technology and manufacturing processes as the other programs in the Carbon- Free Cars program.
Carbon-fibre is the only material that is completely biodegradable and is made from a blend of carbon, oxygen, hydrogen and other elements, making it a renewable and environmentally friendly material.
The new programs will test the carbon-cobalt-carbon composite materials in a range of different applications, including electric vehicle batteries, hybrid-electric vehicles, fuel cell vehicles, and solar cell and photovoltaic power plants.
The carbon-fueled vehicle is the latest technology developed to help reduce the carbon footprint of vehicles and reduce the risk of climate change.
The program will test cars and other vehicles with the new material in the future.
The program is expected to cost approximately $10 million per vehicle and has already received a number of awards from automakers.