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    Today's primary global energy challenge is to reduce our dependence on depleting - and polluting - fossil fuels. While hydrogen gas and fuel offer an optimal solution, the most critical hurdles are...
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    Ausra develops and deploys utility-scale solar thermal power technology to serve global electricity needs in a dependable, market-competitive, environmentally responsible manner. Ausra's zero-carbon...
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    Star Renewable Energy was established to recognise the growing interest in this area of Star Refrigeration's work. SRE at this stage is focussed on Heatpumps although other forms of low carbon...
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    Management's creativity and strategic relationships have enabled Ethanex to integrate technologies from a variety of industries in bringing substantial improvements to the efficiency of ethanol...
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    HydroInfra Technologies HIT-I publ AB is a company founded in Stockholm, Sweden. HIT is a Clean-Tech innovation company. HIT has innovated a solution called HydroNano Gas (HNG) that safely &...
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    Alternative Power Solutions LLC (APS) provides high quality alternative energy solutions to the commercial, institutional, and residential markets in Texas and Louisiana. Our services include...
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    The increasing use of fossil fuels is contributing to the environmental challenges of global climate change; air, water, and land pollution; and loss of biological diversity. At Synthetic...
  • Article - 23 Jun 2009
    The term fossil water, or paleowater, refers to underground water reservoirs that have been geologically sealed. The water contained in them cannot be replenished and may have been locked in for...
  • News - 16 Feb 2016
    “The answer to that question is 'yes,' but not usually,” said Rob Jackson, a professor of Earth system science at Stanford University. An expert on the health impacts of...
  • News - 4 Mar 2015
    The chemical signature of water vapor emitted by combustion sources such as vehicles and furnaces has been found in the smoggy winter inversions that often choke Salt Lake City. The discovery may give...