From the U.S. Department of Energy Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy:
Taking a ride in this Green Racing Simulator is like playing Gran Turismo 5 on PlayStation 3 but with a few differences—it models a hybrid racecar and gives racers a “green score” based on how much petroleum they save by how they drive. On June 22, the simulator will be open for the public to experience green #racingin Washington, D.C., in conjunction with our Bioenergy Technologies Office’s (BETO) conference,#Bioenergy2015. BETO funds research and development to make new types of #biofuel—from non-food plant sources such as #agricultural residue and#algae—environmentally sustainable and cost-competitive with petroleum fuel. Developing these fuels and getting them to market requires the collaboration of researchers, private companies, and other government agencies, which is why Bioenergy 2015 is so important. Read more about the conference:http://go.usa.gov/35CE6.
View event details for the Green Racing Simulator:http://go.usa.gov/3XnFm.