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Short hiatus

Posted by Car Geek on February 3, 2008

The site won’t be receiving many updates for a little while due to personal reasons. Hopefully we should be back to regular updates soon. All the existing entries will remain available and I can still be contacted at the e-mail address on the right and through the comments. See you all soon!

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House cleaning

Posted by Car Geek on November 21, 2007

Decided to go with a lighter, cleaner look for summer. This one is less cluttered, I think. Hope everyone approves. 🙂

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Brief hiatus for this week

Posted by Car Geek on September 11, 2007

Updates will be sparse for the remainder of this week while I’m travelling, however the site will be running full steam ahead next week. In the meantime, keep a close eye on the Frankfurt Auto Show (currently underway), because there’s some great ideas coming out of there: the Opel Flextreme, which is based on the same E-flex plug-in hybrid platform at the Chevrolet Volt, emits only 40g of CO2 per 100km, thanks to its diesel recharging engine; the Volvo ReCharge plug-in hybrid, with a flex-fuel engine; and the Hyundai i-Blue fuel cell concept car.

See you next week!

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Design changes

Posted by Car Geek on May 23, 2007

Please excuse me if the site looks different every time you see it – I’m updating the design and playing around with a couple of features. The end result, hopefully, is a cleaner and easier to read site!

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Posted by Car Geek on January 28, 2007

I am very pleased to welcome you to Alternative Fuels Australia, a blog dedicated to bringing you news about the future of transportation as it relates to the average Australian. This idea was brought about as a result of extensive reading of other green and automotive sites, realising that there simply isn’t much of an awareness within the Australian public about alternative fuels. To make matters worse, those with an interest don’t have much of an outlet to express it in, with alternatives to petrol limited currently to other forms of fossil fuels such as diesel and LPG. This site was created to help with the first step of enacting change: educating people. I hope you find it useful.

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