The Sustainable Earth line, available exclusively from Corporate Express, gives schools, daycares, medical facilities, foodservice organizations, offices and other facilities a total solution of environmentally preferable products that are manufactured with less harsh ingredients, helping keep toxic chemicals out of the air, water, food and soil.
JM Eagle, the world's largest plastic pipe manufacturer, today announced a partnership with The H20 Africa Foundation, a non-profit organization focused on creating widespread public awareness of the water crisis in Africa and support for solutions.
Renewable electricity is being supported by a growing number of states through the creation of renewables portfolio standards (RPS). A report released by the U.S. Department of Energy's Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) provides a comprehensive overview of the early experiences with these state-level RPS policies.
Oorja Protonics, the industry leaders in ultra-powerful Direct Methanol Fuels Cells (DMFCs) will give the first public showing of their innovative OorjaPac(TM) on-board battery charging system for the material handling industry.
The Boeing Company today announced a third multimillion-dollar contract award with Solar Systems Pty. Ltd. for concentrator photovoltaic cell assemblies used to produce renewable energy.
Suntech Power Holdings Co., Ltd. one of the world's leading manufacturers of photovoltaic (PV) cells and modules, today announced it was named Frost + Sullivan's 2008 Solar Energy Development Company of the Year.
The U.S. Senate has approved legislation renewing the incentives which encourage construction of wind and solar energy projects. The Clean Energy Tax Stimulus Act of 2008 passed the Senate with overwhelming bi-partisan support in an 88 to 8 vote.
Suppliers are reacting to this demand by releasing new products that guarantee energy savings through enhanced power efficiency, greater design flexibility and larger available board space for design through component integration.
Networking equipment suppliers promoting green electronics portfolios can activate compelling, energy-efficient functionality within their Ethernet-based electronics via a simple software upgrade available today from Vitesse Semiconductor Corporation. Vitesse is the first Ethernet silicon supplier to deliver energy saving features of up to 80-percent when fully linked-down using its widely-adopted SimpliPHY, SparX, and G-RocX IC solutions.
Continental Products, the nation's largest manufacturer of newspaper home delivery supplies, has introduced Eco-Cycle, its new environmentally responsible newspaper bag.
Concern about the environment and global warming is not only influencing how consumers live their lives, but also impacting their buying habits.
The Dow Chemical Company Performance Fluids business is enabling three large solar power plants in Spain to collect heat and convert it to electrical energy. Taking advantage of the sunny climate, and favorable tax incentives, Spain is pioneering large, commercially viable solar power plants.
Mater Dei High School of Evansville, Ind., set a new mileage record at the 2008 Shell Eco-marathon Americas, a challenge to design, build and test fuel-efficient prototype vehicles that travel the farthest distance using the least amount of fuel.
The often overlooked transmission is proving to be a secret weapon for Ford Motor Company in the quest for improved fuel economy.
At the MIT Energy Conference this morning, Foreign Minister of Germany, Frank-Walter Steinmeier, along with MIT President Susan Hockfield and Massachusetts Secretary of Energy and Environmental Affairs Ian Bowles, participated in the announcement ceremony for the founding of the MIT-Fraunhofer Institute for Sustainable Energy Systems.