Daimler AG has achieved a crucial breakthrough in battery technology. The Stuttgart-based automaker is the world's first manufacturer to have succeeded in adapting lithium-ion technology to the demanding requirements of automotive applications.
From carbon neutral construction to LEED certification and environmental stewardship, the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs are taking unprecedented strides to ensure that their proposed Bridge of the Gods Columbia River Resort Casino is constructed and operated using best-in-class environmental practices.
In research published today in Earth and Planetary Science Letters, The Open University Professor of Earth Sciences Bob Spicer casts doubt on our ability to accurately predict future climate changes because we simply don't know enough about the past.
Con Edison residential customers will save energy and money with new financial incentives for energy-efficiency home improvements through the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA's) Home Performance with ENERGY STAR(R) Program.
As part of its continued commitment to bring forward environmentally responsible energy solutions, LS Power Development, LLC announced today that it is providing funding and has become the Strategic Partner for the "LS Power Pilot Plant Initiative" under the University of Texas at Austin's (UT) existing carbon capture research program.
Efficient-V, Inc. announced today its new technology, called Efficient-V, for increasing the fuel efficiency of engines.
A UC Riverside-led study in the Mojave Desert, Calif., has found that soils under "desert pavement" have an unusually high concentration of nitrate, a type of salt, close to the surface.
For countries without their own environmental monitoring systems, the Environmental Performance Index (EPI) can be useful for working out where there is a need for action in environmental policy making.
A traditional windmill which drives a pump: that is the simple concept behind the combination of windmill/reverse osmosis developed by the Delft University of Technology (TU Delft) in The Netherlands.
IBM today extended the reach of its Maximo asset management software to the public sector by announcing a new offering that helps government agencies and their contractors improve the monitoring of goods and services they deliver to the public.
IBM Researchers today unveiled a prototype technology that could bring massive amounts of bandwidth in an energy efficient way to all kinds of machines -- from supercomputers to cell phones -- that could revolutionize the way people access, use and share information across many different applications.
The millionth mercury switch was removed through the National Vehicle Mercury Switch Recovery Program, a collaboration among EPA, automobile manufacturers, steel makers, scrap recyclers, automotive recyclers, states and environmental groups.
In recognition of its contribution and leadership in providing innovative and energy-efficient solutions to the construction industry, BaySystems was recently honored with the Top 10 Building Energy Efficiency Enterprises award by Construction Science & Technology magazine in cooperation with the Ministry of Construction, at their Annual Forum on Energy Conservation in Construction in China.
In collaboration with Satoshi Uchida at the University of Tokyo, Michael Gratzel and his research group at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne have now developed new sensitizers that should help an inexpensive type of solar cell to be more efficient.
CDI Corp. announced today that CDI-Process & Industrial, part of the CDI Engineering Solutions division, has been awarded a contract from Dynamic Fuels, LLC to provide Front-End Engineering and Design for a new $150 million renewable synthetic fuels plant in Geismar, Louisiana.