This week EPA recognized the accomplishments of a New England landfill methane partner that is generating renewable energy while reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
The Bureau of Economic Geology at The University of Texas at Austin s Jackson School of Geosciences announces the Advanced Energy Consortium (AEC), a multimillion-dollar research consortium dedicated to the development of micro and nanotechnology applications to increase oil and gas production.
n 2008, a new-to-market invention created by a frustrated engineer is revolutionizing how consumers heat and cool their homes. The Acadia: Combined Heating and Cooling System from Hallowell International, was born from the inventor's aggravation from ever-higher energy bills. This all-electric single system delivers a new level of efficiency and performance for both heating and cooling, dramatically reduces monthly energy bills and, by not using fossil fuels, eases a household's strain on the environment. Indeed, the Acadia outperforms conventional heating systems by 300 percent.
BASF is proud to sponsor the Sustainable Building Industry Council's (SBIC) Beyond Green 2007 High Performance Building Awards. The winners will be announced at the SBIC Awards ceremony on January 16 from 12:30 pm to 1:30 pm at the National Building Museum in Washington, D.C.
TMC announced on January 13 at the 2008 North American International Auto Show in Detroit that it plans to commence sales of lithium-ion battery-equipped plug-in hybrid vehicles to fleet customers in the United States and elsewhere by 2010.
Young Researchers Take Part in the First Round Table Meeting of the DFG and the JSPS to Discuss New Approaches in the Fight Against Global Warming.
Yingli Green Energy Holding Company Limited, one of the leading vertically integrated photovoltaic (PV) product manufacturers in China, today announced that it has signed a sales contract with EDF Energies Nouvelles.
In an article published in the January 16 issue of PLoS ONE, Joan B. Company and colleagues at the Institut de Ciències del Mar (CSIC) in Spain describe a mechanism of interaction across ecosystems showing how a climate-driven phenomenon originated in shelf environments controls the biological processes of a deep-sea living resource.
A landmark advance in our understanding of the potential impacts of human-induced climate change on wildlife has been published today.
An Imperial physics postgraduate student has been awarded a prestigious national prize for his PhD thesis.
A national team of scientists led by experts at Durham University are embarking on one of the UK’s largest ever research projects into photovoltaic (PV) solar energy.
VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland has studied the profitability of using bush chips in electricity production in Namibia, where biomass from bushes has great energy production potential. Namibia suffers from the overgrowth of bush, which is disruptive to cattle raising, the country's primary source of livelihood. VTT also developed the production technology for bush chips.
Forty hybrid sedans will replace traditional gasoline-powered vehicles in Verizon's local fleet.
The Boeing Company today released a 53-page study prepared by Conklin & de Decker Aviation Information showing that a commercial 767 airplane is substantially more fuel efficient than the larger Airbus 330.
When someone mentions "wind energy," what usually come to mind are the fields of giant utility-grade wind turbines located off the coasts of many countries and on mountain tops everywhere, and small residential-grade windmill-style turbines designed for personal use.