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    ZeroAvia's novel zero-emission powertrain has 75% lower fuel and maintenance costs, resulting in up to 50% total trip cost reduction. It delivers 300–500 mile zero-emission missions in a...
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    Zero Carbon Project is tackling climate change using the blockchain and international carbon credits. Renewable energy has responded well to the challenge but its impact has been too small and too...
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    Georgia Power serves 2.25 million customers in 155 of Georgia's 159 counties. Georgia Power supports an array of environmental projects to make our air and water cleaner and our land more...
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    Climate change is an important environmental, economic and social issue. More than 90 percent of greenhouse gas (GHG) emission at Lockheed Martin derives from energy use. Lockheed Martin’s...
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    Orbital's extensive engineering team can help you deliver your energy efficiency and emissions reduction targets for your mobile and power generation assets. We can assist you with: Cost...
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    Ripasso Energy was founded in 2008 by Gunnar Larsson, former CEO of Kockums AB. The ambition was to further develop the unparalleled ability of the Stirling engine to convert heat energy to...
  • Article - 29 Jan 2008
    The least polluting form of transportation available today is an electric vehicle. Electric vehicles can operate very economically, at the same time using no or very little petroleum fuel.
  • Article - 26 Jan 2008
    Hybrid electric vehicles (HEVs) combine the power from an internal combustion engine with the battery and electric motor from an electric vehicle.
  • Article - 17 Jan 2008
    Carbon dioxide and methane generated as a result of the decomposition of solid waste in landfills are known as landfill gas. Both gases are greenhouse gases that lead to global warming.
  • Article - 15 Jan 2008
    The far-ranging potential applications of this technology include DOE’s hydrogen fuel cell-powered “Freedom CAR,” and personal power-jackets that could use heat from the human body to recharge...